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  • Title: Women, Decent Work and Empowerment in Rural Egypt 

    Author: Najjar, Dina; 0000-0001-9156-7691; ORCID
    Date: 2017-04-30
    Type: Manuscript-unpublished
    Status: Open access
    Rural Egyptian women play a key role in food security, income generation and agricultural production but their contributions remain invisible and they face difficulties in accumulating assets, accessing work opportunities ...
  • Title: A Review of Gender Norms, Agency and the Adoption of Agricultural Innovations 

    Author: Diaz, Ileana; 0000-0001-9156-7691; ORCID
    Date: 2017-12-11
    Type: Manuscript-unpublished
    Status: Open access
    Gender norms may enable or inhibit the adoption of various innovations. Women are often constrained by norms but they may also be able to use norms to serve their interests. In order to ensure that innovations benefit both ...
  • Title: Gender and Agricultural Extension: Why A Gender Focus Matters? 

    Author: Diaz, Ileana; 0000-0001-9156-7691; ORCID
    Date: 2017-12-10
    Type: Manuscript-unpublished
    Status: Open access
    The literature reviewed here is global in its focus to attend to broad trends in the field and practice of agricultural extension. We do not aim for an extensive literature review but to identify implications for not ...
  • Title: CGIAR CRP Plan of Work and Budget (POWB) for 2018 Template 

    Author: CGIAR Consortium, Office
    Date: 2018-01-02
    Type: Internal Document
    Status: Open access
    This is an editable Word file that CRPs have to use for their POWB
  • Title: Template for cluster level information for POWB 

    Author: Proietti, Claudio
    Date: 2018-01-09
    Type: Internal Document
    Status: Open access
    This is an editable Word file that cluster leaders may use for their POWB

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