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Engaging men in gender-equitable practices in maize systems of sub-Saharan Africa

Author: Farnworth, C.R.
Author: Badstue, L.B.
Author: Cole, S.M.
Year: 2020
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10883/20934
Abstract: This Guidance Note is designed for researchers working in maize-based smallholder farming systems. It is useful to interventions planning community and household level action research with women and men farmers. This includes initiatives exploring the use of Gender-Transformative Approaches (GTAs) to improve farmer decisionmaking, strengthen women’s and men’s empowerment, and to ensure development gains are more equitably distributed. This Guidance Note will be of value to maize value chain actors (input suppliers, farmers, processors, A resource for scientists and research teams Couples exercise on household decision-making, labor and spending, Kasungu district- Malawi.
Format: PDF
Language: English
Publisher: CIMMYT
Serie: GENNOVATE resources for scientists and research teams;
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Type: Brochure
Place of Publication: CDMX
Country of Focus: AFRICA SOUTH OF SAHARA
Agrovoc: GENDER EQUITY
Agrovoc: FARMING SYSTEMS
Agrovoc: MEN


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