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Promoting gender and youth inclusiveness through AIPs: voices from SIMLESA

Author: Adam, R.I.
Author: Misiko, M.T.
Author: Rodriguez, D.
Author: Dusengemungu, L.
Author: Rushemuka, P.
Author: Mukakalisa, Z.
Year: [2017?]
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10883/19111
Abstract: SIMLESA case research (see Stake 1995) illustrate AIPs are an effective mechanism for gender mainstreaming and addressing strategic interests. This realisation bolstered SIMLESA’s resolve to establish 58 AIPs. Findings among 6 most successful AIPs in Tanzania, Rwanda, Mozambique and Kenya illustrate policy, capital investments, knowledge and skills, access to credit and smart identification of business niches determined gendered access to SI benefits.
Format: PDF
Language: English
Publisher: ACIAR
Publisher: SIMLESA
Publisher: CIMMYT
Serie: ACIAR Policy Brief
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Type: Brochure
Place of Publication: [Nairobi, Kenya]
Pages: 7 pages
Agrovoc: GENDER EQUITY
Agrovoc: YOUNG WORKERS
Agrovoc: AGRICULTURAL POLICIES
Agrovoc: SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE


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