Understanding gender dimensions of agriculture and climate change in smallholder farming communities
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 to address women's specific vulnerabilities in climate-smart agriculture programmes. This study provides elements to better reflect on adaptation strategies answering to women's needs.
|Organization||Research program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS-CGIAR)|
|Type of resource||Studies and reports|
|Year of Release||2015|
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