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Gender preferred crops with laboratory evidence on fodder quality traits
A summary report on gender preferred local varieties and evidence from laboratories on Iron and zinc content on grains and fodder quality traits.
ICRISAT 2013 activities Dryland Systems CRP
Presentation of ICRISAT 2013 activities Dryland Systems CRP
Gender preferred dual purpose crops with laboratory evidence
Working document on gender preference on crops along with evidence from laboratories for food-feed traits.
Are millet and sorghum good alternatives to maize in layer’s feeds in Niger, West Africa?
Niger is one of the West African country producing pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum, Setaria italica) and sorghum (Sorghum bicolor). While pearl millet and sorghum are for human consumption, corn is imported and its high ...
Six monthly progress report on dual purpose crops
Six monthly progress report on work undertaken in gender preferred dual purpose crops.
Participatory Methodology - Gender Preference for Dual Purpose Crops
Participatory methodology for undertaking gender preference studies in crop-livestock systems. It includes various participatory tools for gender and socio-economic analysis.
Participatory Methodology Gender preference in dual purpose crops in Niger
Nigerien women face systematic discrimination in terms of access to land, livestock and other assets. Female represents 36% of the economically active population in Agriculture (FAOSTAT, 2013) despite the fact that most ...