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Caravan 30: Gender focus: prioritizing the needs of women farmers
In this issue of Caravan – a collaborative effort with the CGIAR Research Program on Dryland Systems – we focus on gender related research being undertaken by ICARDA and national and CGIAR research partners across the ...
Adapative Management of Water Resources to Increase Agricultural Productivity
Adaptive natural resource management involves multiple responses involving complex social, economic, and bio-physical challenges. The study looked at the evolution of water management in three villages located at the head, ...
Caravan 22: Review of agriculture in the dry areas
This issue of Caravan provides examples of ICARDA's work with its partners to help ensure sustainability of livelihoods for the poor in marginal areas. The focus of our research goes beyond production options to diversification ...
Caravan 20-21: Review of agriculture in the dry areas
This issue of Caravan provides examples of the impact of ICARDA's collaborative research activities and expanding partnerships on improving livelihoods in the dry areas. In this issue: • Special Report: ICARDA and the ...
WLI Newsletter: August issue
This newsletter highlights WLI project achievements, collaborations and upcoming meetings.
WLI Newsletter: January - March Issue
This newsletter provides a glimpse into the progress made by WLI partners during the period Jan – March 2014.
Mainstreaming gender in agricultural research key to development
The day-long workshop on “Gender mainstreaming for inclusive research and developmental outcomes: Concepts, approaches and lessons learned” was held on October 9 in Cairo, Egypt. Jointly organized by ICARDA, FAO and CGIAR ...
التقرير الخاص بالاجتماع الذي تم انعقادة بكلا من مركز سيدي سالم (محافظة كفر الشيخ )،ومنطقة الانطلاق بالنوبارية (محافظة البحيرة ) خصوص دراسة خصائص سبل العيش، وتأثير واعتماد الابتكارات الزراعية
Recommendations for extension programs in Kafr Sheikh and Noubariya, Egypt, based on survey findings with 400 farmers (200 men and 200 women) and discussions with 60 local extension agents.
Women's Contributions to Climate Change Adaptation in Egypt's Mubarak Resettlement Scheme through Cactus Cultivation and Adjusted Irrigation.
This study examines the site-specific, social, political, ecological, and economic contexts that shape agricultural practices and policies in two desert resettlements of Sa’yda and Intilaq, also called the New Lands that ...
Women's Contribution to Climate Change Adaptation in Egypt's Mubarak Resettlement Scheme
Presentation presented at the Annual Meeting for the American Association of Geographers panel on 'A Political Ecology of Women, Water and Global Environmental Change'. April 23, Chicago, Illinois.