Gender in Value Chains

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At 16:09 on September 1, 2010, Sofia Burtak said…
Thank you Roel, you have excellent materials so maybe I was taken away a bit for that purpose. And your tips are very useful, I will think about the information to share, but I still hope to learn about case writing :)

Sincerely,
Sofia
At 8:59 on September 3, 2010, Agaba Anthony said…
Thank you Roel,You have been so helpful in a record time.it is excellent to join a good forum like this.Looking forward to sharing ideas
Kind regards
Agaba
At 8:00 on September 6, 2010, Janet Nyaoro-Masolo said…
Hi Roel
Thanks for facilitating these connections. Married life is blissful and am enjoying every minute of it. We are still sending some abstracts for the publications as at today 6 Sep.
Regards
Janet
At 12:12 on September 7, 2010, Nara Yaralyan said…
Thank you very much for inviting me and for welcome message, Roel. I really enjoy being a part of this network. Wish you great success!
At 13:53 on October 14, 2010, Justine Mwanje said…
Dear Roel,

thank you for adding me to this ning.

All right-thinking persons long for a fair and just society where men and women are free to achieve their dreams and aspirations. The essence of gender, in my view, is men and women performing their rightful roles in such a society.

Men and women should be able to identify and implement enterprises that will significantly strengthen their livelihood strategies, while improving natural resource management. In this regard, partnerships are absolutely important and indispensable. Men can’t do without women, and women can’t do without men (they need each other).

Therefore, men and women should work together in the quest to achieve sustainable development at all levels.

I look forward to working with other persons, both men and women.
At 20:27 on October 22, 2010, Claudia Canepa said…
Hi Roel,
Nice to get your message. I have added the event to this ning. Not sure who from ILRI is leading on it, but will try to find out for you and let you know.
Claudia
At 15:36 on November 20, 2010, Dr. Dorothy Nyambi said…
Thanks Roel for the welcome! I have been using the value chain approach in a mulititiude of sectors for the work I do in project/porgram designes. In addition I have a strong focus on gender so this seems to be the forum that brings together my dual focus within the same forum. I look forward to learning and sharing with others. Dorothy
At 15:17 on January 10, 2011, Barbara Evers said…
Thanks. I will follow up through the links. When I have something to report, will post it for comments. Barb
At 19:11 on January 10, 2011, Jemimah Njuki said…

Hi Roel

I just got back to the office today after a short holiday break. We are meeting on Thursday and I will be able to give you a full list of the confirmed participants then. We have got a lot of interest from Ethiopia NGOs and a number of them will be attending, some presenting a paper and others not. Thanks for all the contacts. I see you have seen the TEDx video!

At 15:57 on January 21, 2011, Natalia Facal said…
Thanks Roel for the welcoming words! I will share some events we are organizing. kind regards, Natalia
At 14:23 on February 4, 2011, Adetonah Sounkoura said…

Hello Good morning dear colleagues

Have a nice week end

Regards

Mrs Adetonah S.

At 16:01 on February 24, 2011, Louke Koopmans said…

Hello Roel,

Well it would be interesting to hear from some other TVET programmes where they integrate value chain and gender in the curriculum. In Rwanda, tourism is developing and there is a potential a number of sub value chains related to tourism (e.g. agriculture, infrastructure, manufacturing). We review how we can integrate this in a module 'value chain' (in the bachelor course tourism). In this module we also integrate gender.

 

Considering the MDF value chain course and the value chain facilitation course it will be interesting to integrate a session on gender. I am training in the facilitation course (June 2011) so it will be great to discuss about a session and develop training materials! We could make use of an existing case study and see how they connected GVA and see how to facilitate this (power distance e.d.).

 

At 22:39 on April 13, 2011, Maria Patricia Lindo Jerez said…

Hello Roel

 

Thank you for your comments

 

Patricia

At 17:37 on July 3, 2011, Silvia Sarapura said…

Dear Roel,

I do not really know what happen to my account. Yesterday, I tried to enter to post some material and it came to my attention that my page was not there. I tried many times and I noticed everything was erased. For that reason, I tried creating the account again. Could you please look after it and see if we can recover the material I posted before.  I am surprised since I usually check the website and the publications almost everyday. 

Thank you very much for being concerned about my status. I want to take this opportunity to congratulate the wonderful job you do connecting practitioners, policymakers and researchers to look after a critical and important topic: Gender in agriculture and the new possibilities we have to develop agriculture and overcome food crisis and food raising prices: Value Chains including gender

My best regards

Silvia

At 15:38 on August 16, 2011, Silvia Sarapura said…

Dear Roel,

It is a pleasure to be part of this amazing initiative. I have to thank you for this opportunity.

All the best

Silvia

At 14:38 on October 24, 2011, daniel edwin gilbert said…
Hi, Roel.  I have uploaded a photo and joined the email group, both as you suggested.  I have also added two relevant links on my profile page.  Cheers, Daniel
At 12:02 on August 23, 2012, Abdou Sani Boukari said…

Thank you very much for the advise. i'll do it later.

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