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Community gender profiles across livestock production systems in Ethiopia: Implications for intervention design
The design of research and development interventions promoting gender-responsive value chains is hampered by the lack of gender disaggregated data. Data shortages in the livestock sector span multiple issues including ...
Youth and Agricutural Research for Development (AR4D)
The policy brief presents findings and recommendation following the CGIAR Youth Research carried out in Morocco during the period 2015-2016.
Program Theory of change and Impact Pathway - Last Update 2015
A theory of change (ToC) describes how a research-in-development project or program induces expected outcomes and impacts by describing the causal interrelationships from the project/program’s activities to outputs, outcomes ...
Income-generating activities for women and young graduates (Tunisia)
This brief is intended to inform government decision makers, agencies and specialist groups involved in rural development and revenue generation activities for communities and women
Linking Livestock Producers and Rural Women to Global Yarn Markets
The project used a market-driven science approach to ensure quick uptake by rural women and succeeded in establishing a self-sustaining value chain, from improved breeding and husbandry practices to production of world-class ...
ICARDA-European Commission partnership (1990-2011)
This brief highlights cooperation between the European Commission and ICARDA for programs over the past two decades to improve food security and the livelihoods of rural populations in the world’s dry areas.
Initiating and maintaining income generating activities for Jordanian women
This briefing describes preliminary work on a project that is providing income-generating opportunities for women in southern Jordan. It is aimed at policymakers, donors, and other potential partners and supporters.
Tapping Rice Fallows to Boost Pulses Production in India
India is globally the largest consumer of pulses with millions, particularly the poor, dependent on them for food and nutrition. It is also the largest importer of pulses and faces increasing dependence on imports as pulses ...
Dairy Goat Management Leads to Lasting Gains for Afghan Women
An ordinary goat distribution and rearing project has provided extraordinary benefits to some of the poorest and most vulnerable women, and wider communities in Afghanistan, and continues to multiply its beneficiaries.
Policy Brief Gender in Dryland Systems CRP
An overview over Dryland System CRP's Gender Strategy, theory of change regarding gender and social issues, practical approaches to gender sensitive biophysical research, and over Dryland System's strategic gender research plan