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Introducing the CGIAR research program on dryland systems
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WLI Newsletter: August issue
This newsletter highlights WLI project achievements, collaborations and upcoming meetings.
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
Learning about sustainability and gender through Farmer Field Schools in the Taita Hills, Kenya
This research uses transformative learning theory to explore how Farmers Field Schools (FFS) of the Taita Hills, Kenya have contributed to environmental sustainability, with a particular focus on gendered learning. Both ...
Impact of National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme in India on Rural Poverty and Food Security
A study based on regional and micro level household data was taken up to inquire in to the impacts of a national rural employment guarantee scheme (NREGS) in India. Studies in four sample districts in predominantly rainfed ...
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.
Gender Roles in Agriculture: The Case of Afghanistan
Technological interventions aiming to improve livelihoods that bring gender equity can become successful only when the prevailing gender roles in society and access to different livelihood opportunities are fully understood. ...
WLI Newsletter: April Issue
The goal of WLI is to improve the livelihoods of rural households and communities in areas where water scarcity, land degradation, water quality deterioration, food security and health problems are prevalent in eight participating ...
ICARDA Annual Report 2012
For ICARDA, 2012 has been a time of change and evolution. We have been busy tackling the many issues of dryland agriculture and global food production against a backdrop of focusing our efforts as a force for change for ...
Caravan 29: An integrated ‘systems’ approach for dryland agroecosystems
The sustainable way forward: An integrated ‘systems’ approach for addressing the challenges facing dryland agroecosystems. Dryland agroecosystems present unique complexities for more than 2.3 billion people in the developing ...