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Lead farmers: enhancing agricultural resilience and sustainability in Eastern and Southern Africa
In the following pages you will read inspiring and moving accounts by men and women farmers across eastern and southern Africa who have bravely embraced change to improve their farming methods and hence the lives and ...
Gestión de la interacción en procesos de innovación rural
(Corporación Colombiana de Investigación Agropecuaria (Corpoica), 2018)
La innovación, producción y comercialización de un producto resulta de la interacción entre una diversidad de actores. Así, el modelo de extensión Hub del programa gubernamental MasAgro busca ser un espacio en el que ...
The use of improved maize varieties in Tanzania
(Academic Journals, 2014)
Gender and agricultural innovation in Oromia region, Ethiopia: from innovator to tempered radical
(Taylor & Francis, 2018)
Tempered radicals are change agents who experience the dominant culture as a violation of the integrity and authenticity of their personal values and beliefs. They seek to move forward whilst challenging the status quo. ...
Gender norms, agency and innovation in wheat based systems and livelihoods: synthesis report of four community case-studies in Ethiopia
(CIMMYT; Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, 2019)
This country report is a summary of the Ethiopian findings from a global qualitative comparative research initiative known as GENNOVATE. This report examines how gender norms and agency shape, and in turn are shaped by, ...
What drives capacity to innovate? Insights from women and men small-scale farmers in Africa, Asia, and Latin America
(Journal of Gender, Agriculture and Food Security, 2018)
What are key characteristics of rural innovators? How are their experiences similar for women and men, and how are they different? To examine these questions, we draw on individual interviews with 336 rural women and men ...