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Request for feedback on GVC Toolkit

Started this discussion. Last reply by Angelica Senders Jun 14, 2012. 5 Replies

Share your favourite 'gender in value chains resource'!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Roel Snelder Sep 23, 2009. 8 Replies

 

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Angelica Senders posted a blog post

Rootcapital: Applying a Gender Lens to Agriculture: Farmers, Leaders, and Hidden Influencers in the Rural Economy

From the website of Root Capital:In this 14-page issue brief, the second in Root Capital’s Issue Brief Series, we share our experience of applying a gender lens to our work in smallholder agricultural finance. Through our Women in Agriculture Initiative, we have been able to better understand the areas in which we know we support women (as farmers, agro-processing employees, and leaders). This work has also identified new areas for potential impact that further foster economic empowerment for…See More
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Angelica Senders liked Amanda Crump's blog post Request for Proposals in Gender and Social Equity in Horticulture
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IFPRI Research Brief: Community-Based Legal Aid and Women’s Land Rights

Improving women’s ability to securely access land is recognized as an effective means to increase gender equality and advance other key social and economic development goals. Despite progressive laws in many African countries, gender disparities commonly persist in women’s access and ownership of land. Although legal empowerment of women can help to strengthen their claims to land, developing country governments commonly lack the capacity to offer legal services. Civil society is increasingly…See More
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Cartoon: Women key for successful dairy value chains

Women are highly involved in dairy production, but they are mostly not recognized as dairy farmers. Including women in dairy value chain development helps bu...
Jul 14
Angelica Senders replied to Wim Goris's discussion 'Are women better dairy producers?'
"Please find herewith the link to an interesting cartoon supporting the importance of the topic of this discussion <iframe width="560" height="315" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/9UjKMerwSk0" frameborder="0"…"
Jul 14
Angelica Senders replied to Wim Goris's discussion 'are women better dairy producers?'
"Thanks Wim for co-organizing this session on gender and dairy. It was a great opportunity to broaden the discussion of the importance of gender sensitive dairy chain development beyond the gender in value chain network.   I think Silja’s…"
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A workshop with fieldwork; theory and practice of gender inclusive value chain development in Kosovo

Kosovo, Pristina,  May 14 – 16, 2014, 24 participants of 15 organizations were gathered to build their capacities to carry out value chain development programs in a gender sensitive manner. The workshop was organized by the SDC funded program Promoting Private Sector Employment (PPSE) of Swisscontact, together with GIZ,…See More
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Fair and Sustainable Advisory Services/ Agri-ProFocus
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What is your position/ function within the organisation?
Consultant Capacity Development and Learning / Facilitator Gender in Value Chains Network of Agri-ProFocus
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http://www.fairandsustainable.nl/ http://www.agri-profocus.nl/
Please introduce yourself briefly:
Angelica Senders is consultant capacity development and learning, specialized in strengthening of organizations and businesses involved in agricultural value chains. She provides assistance to practitioners in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

Angelica is specialized in the development of gender inclusive agricultural value chains. She is facilitator of the gender in value chains network of Agri-ProFocus.

Angelica is co-editor of the Gender in Value Chains Toolkit of the Agri-ProFocus and of the publication Challenging Chains to Chains by APF, KIT and IIRR. She coordinates and supports Agri-ProFocus Gender in value chain coaching tracks in 8 countries worldwide.

Angelica has extensive experience in development co-operation, both as advisor and as manager: 17 years based in Africa, Asia and Latin America (working for SNV Netherlands Development Organization) and 10 years working from the Netherlands (for ICCO).

Angelica holds a Master in Human Geography and an International MBA. She combines a communicative and energetic personality with a result-oriented attitude. She has a passion for learning and extensive experience in facilitation of communities of learning, with social media, and in e-collaboration.
Who invited you to this platform?
Roel Snelder

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Rootcapital: Applying a Gender Lens to Agriculture: Farmers, Leaders, and Hidden Influencers in the Rural Economy

Posted on October 1, 2014 at 10:00 0 Comments

From the website of Root Capital:

In this 14-page issue brief, the second in Root Capital’s Issue Brief Series, we share our experience of applying a gender lens to our work in smallholder agricultural finance. Through our Women in Agriculture Initiative, we have been able to better understand the areas in which we know we support women (as farmers, agro-processing employees, and leaders). This work has also identified new areas for potential…

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IFPRI Research Brief: Community-Based Legal Aid and Women’s Land Rights

Posted on September 2, 2014 at 16:20 0 Comments

Improving women’s ability to securely access land is recognized as an effective means to increase gender equality and advance other key social and economic development goals. Despite progressive laws in many African countries, gender disparities commonly persist in women’s access and ownership of land. Although legal empowerment of women can help to strengthen their claims to land, developing country governments commonly lack the capacity to offer legal services. Civil society is…

Continue

A workshop with fieldwork; theory and practice of gender inclusive value chain development in Kosovo

Posted on June 5, 2014 at 10:26 0 Comments

Kosovo, Pristina,  May 14 – 16, 2014, 24 participants of 15 organizations were gathered to build their capacities to carry out value chain development programs in a gender sensitive manner. The workshop was organized by the SDC funded program Promoting Private Sector Employment (PPSE) of…

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Leveling the field is not just the right thing to do. It’s the smart thing to do.

Posted on May 23, 2014 at 16:38 0 Comments

Some paragraphs from the interesting blog post BY MICHAEL O’SULLIVAN ON TUE, 03/18/2014 on Let's talk development, a blog hosted by the World Bank chief economist Read the full blog here

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Gender in agriculture; closing the knowledge gap

Posted on May 23, 2014 at 10:08 0 Comments

Recent publication by Springer/Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) (05/2014)

  • Summarizes women’s contributions to agriculture and food security and the obstacles to their broader participation
  • Draws on data at the micro, census and national levels
  • Challenges conventional story lines on women in agriculture

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) produced a…

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Comment Wall (19 comments)

At 8:34 on March 27, 2009, Frank - Oxfam Novib said…
Je kunt gewoon een comment sturen. Alleen zij ziet dat (ik heb net even geprobeerd door via iemand anders in te loggen en ikk kon de commentaren op mijn eigen wall niet zien).

Dus dat is geen gevaar. Ze krijgt dan een bericht in haar mail box als volgt:




(dit kreeg ik zelf vandaag:

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Je kunt ook dit mail adres GS@cordaid.nl. Maar misschien is het wel leuk om even de ning te gebruiken
At 16:38 on March 27, 2009, Angelica Senders said…
Dank voor dit bericht

Heb ik nu echt contact met Frank of is dit eigenlijk Roel?

Angelica
At 8:10 on March 31, 2009, Roel Snelder said…
hoi,

ja je kunt het gewoon zien. als je prive wil stuur je een mailtje via send a message dat staat links onder de photo van de persoon die je wilt mailen. Overigens kun je de comments gewoon weghalen.

En je hebt geen contact met Frank dat kwam omdat ik onder zijn naam stond ingelogd (vraag me niet waarom)
At 11:09 on April 9, 2009, Gerdien Seegers said…
hallo
At 11:46 on May 19, 2009, Jennie van der Mheen said…
Hoi, ja inderdaad - net een lang gesprek gehad met Roel over a.s. maandag. Ik zal er zijn.
de ICCO case karite: is dat 2 - 3 pag oid? Dan heb ik het een tijdje geleden van Hilda gehad. Zo niet, dan is het misschien handig als ik dit lees voor maandag.

groetjes, Jennie
At 12:04 on May 19, 2009, Angelica Senders said…
Hoi Jennie
inderdaad dat was de 2-3 pag. Just a start. See you a.s. maandag
Angelica
At 16:05 on June 25, 2009, Roel Snelder said…
hoi,

nu weet ik het weer. het format staat bij de groep, daar staat de verdere uitleg (want is een on invitation only traject zoals we hadden afgesproken) jij kunt je collegas gewoon uitnodgen voor dit groep (of je stuur mij jhun e-mail adres). Ze kunnen dan het format downloaden en hun eigen case oploaden zoals aangegeven.

gaat dat werken zo

de blogpost is dus alleen algemeen
At 11:57 on July 20, 2009, Jennie van der Mheen said…
hoi Angelica, sorry, zie dit bericht nu pas. Was in Burkina Faso. Je bent nu misschien al op vakantie? Ik ben er deze week nog, daarna 4 wkn weg. Groetjes, Jennie
At 17:03 on August 31, 2009, Grania Mackie said…
I will let you know as soon as it is on the web! We are also hopeful we will get funding for an international training course in the guide early next year.
At 20:29 on September 16, 2009, Roel Snelder said…
Hi,

I have invirted Isssifou to our action learning group. Are you in contact with him andd Bertus on the biocotton case, or is that Wilfried?

Roel

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