International photo competition on forestry and gender

2 April, 2014 by (comments)

Photos knock down the world’s language barriers and connect people, particularly when it comes to agricultural issues in which the audiences are so diverse: farmers, rural and urban families, NGOs, public and private sector actors, donors, and students. The CGIAR Research Program on Forests, Trees and Agroforestry (CRP-FTA) and CIAT gender specialists would like to bring a twist toRead More …

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Gender: Moving beyond the box-ticking exercise

7 November, 2013 by (comments)

By Katherine A. Snyder and Beth Cullen This blog originally appeared on the CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems (WLE) blog and is part of the Agriculture and Ecosystems Blog’s month-long series on Restoring Landscapes. Read the full post on the WLE blog.  Gender…’s a word that usually provokes a response, often either of eye-rolling or ardent interest.  All tooRead More …

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ECABREN takes on new gender challenges

10 March, 2010 by (comments)

By Olive Thiong’o At the close of the recent East and Central Africa Bean Research Network [ECABREN] steering committee meeting in Arusha, Tanzania, participants unanimously agreed to begin implementing the gender guidelines introduced in PABRA’s 2009 – 2013 framework. Following a thorough review of the work done in the first year of this phase, gender “mainstreaming” – one ofRead More …

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A Gender Research Program for Latin America

19 May, 2009 by (comments)

Gender is like blood: It flows through the body and keeps it alive; likewise gender keeps programs and projects alive and relevant to poor farmers. Without gender or without blood dev. interventions will not be viable. (Ugandan woman farmer) This morning’s special topic of CIAT’s KS week was dedicated to Research on Gender. Patricia Biermayr who recently joined theRead More …

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Filed Under: Gender, Inside CIAT, Latin America and the Caribbean, Regions