Now showing items 41-50 of 104
Gender Research in WANA Flagship
Presented at the “Strategic Gender Research Planning Workshop for Dryland Systems”, May 26-27, Amman, Jordan
Sensitizing extension agents and policy makers on gender-specific problems and needs in extension advice
Workshop relaying research findings to 30 extension agents and 2 policy makers about gender-specific problems and extension needs in Kafr Sheikh based on a 200 farmer survey (100 men and 100 women).
WLI Newsletter: August issue
This newsletter highlights WLI project achievements, collaborations and upcoming meetings.
Estimating soil erosion in sub-Saharan Africa based on landscape similarity mapping
Soil erosion is one of the major forms of land degradation in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) with serious impact on agricultural productivity. Due to the absence of reliable data at appropriate resolution and differences in the ...
دراسة عن خصائص سبل العيش، وتأثير واعتماد الابتكارات الزراعية في سيدي سالم بمحافظة كفر الشيخ ،ومنطقة انطلاق في النوبارية محافظة البحيرة
This presentation highlights research findings of 30 extension agents and 2 policy makers about gender-specific problems and extension needs in Noubariya based on a 200 farmer survey (100 men and 100 women).
Women, Land, and Empowerment Dynamics in Egypt’s Mubarak Resettlement Scheme
Literature and development practice related to women’s access to land reveals two main assumptions: one, that the land is empowering for women and, two, that this empowerment is inherently linked to independence for women ...
GENDERED PATTERNS OF ASSET OWNERSHIP AND CONTROL IN EGYPT
This study, conducted in Egypt, sought to identify the types of assets women and men perceive as beneficial for their wellbeing, and to determine if patterns of ownership and control of assets coincide with one another. A ...
‘A woman here is not only a woman but both a woman and a man’: Egyptian Women’s Performative Strategies to Gain Power and Access Resources in Irrigated Agriculture
This paper is concerned with women’s performance of masculinity or women who ‘behave as men’, in irrigated agriculture, by acting less feminine, confident and serious; resorting to physical aggression when needed; as well ...
Mechanization to Drive A Process for Fertilizer Subsidy Reform in Egypt
Publicly available estimates suggest that close to 30% of total employment in Egypt is generated from the agricultural sector (World Bank, 2016). In percentage terms, the figure is in line with many economies, both industrialized ...