Mainstreaming gender in climate-smart agriculture
Gender integration into climate-smart agriculture: Tools for data collection and analysis for policy and researchPDF
Taking a gender responsive approach to climate-smart agriculture (CSA) means that the particular needs, priorities, and realities of men and women are recognized and adequately addressed in the design and application of CSA so that both men and women can equally benefit agriculture.
How to integrate gender issues in climate-smart agriculture projects: Training modulePDF
The purpose of the training module is to provide learners with a better understanding of what the gender roles in climate-smart agriculture (CSA) are and their critical impact on project outcomes and sustainability. They will learn about different methods and tools to identify, formulate,...
Gender in climate-smart agriculture. Module 18 for the gender in agriculture sourcebookPDF
This module describes tested good practices and innovative approaches and technologies for gender mainstreaming in climate-smart agriculture.
Good practices for integrating gender equality and women’s empowerment in climate-smart agriculture programmesPDF
The paper is intended to help development organizations, public institutions and local organizations to develop climate-smart agriculture investments, projects and policies that are more gender-responsive.
Gender dynamics in the adoption of climate adaptation practices: A case study in the Cauca Department of ColombiaWebsite
A detailed analysis linking gender roles and gender-based differences in land ownership to men and women's differential views of climate-smart agriculture (CSA) practices and their willingness to change activities. It also notes gender-based inequalities in access to information. Qualitative and...
Understanding gender dimensions of agriculture and climate change in smallholder farming communitiesWebsite
Socioeconomic and gender analysis of three topics (climate-smart agriculture, climate analogue approaches, and climate and weather forecasting) in Uganda, Ghana and Bangladesh. The participatory tools used in this study provided some insights into women’ adaptive capacity. More research is needed...
A gender-responsive approach to climate-smart agriculture: Evidence and guidance for practitionersPDF
The aim of this brief is to explain how to take into account the gender gap in agriculture in the development of site-specific, climate-smart agriculture (CSA)-sensitive practices. This particular needs, priorities, and realities of men and women need to be recognized and adequately addressed in...
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|Collection Updated||February 2021|