2 edition of gender analysis of the agribusiness sector found in the catalog.
gender analysis of the agribusiness sector
Irma C. Coronel
by Social Development Research Center, De La Salle University in [Manila]
Written in English
|Statement||Irma C. Coronel.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 98/00227 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||118 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||98948094|
The gender analysis identified key gender issues, which continue to pose barriers to gender equality and women’s empowerment in Rwanda in the agriculture sector and those addressing food security issues in the country. Key findings of the assessment include the following: • Actions of the. An agricultural value chain is defined as the people and activities that bring a basic agricultural product like maize or vegetables or cotton from obtaining inputs and production in the field to the consumer, through stages such as processing, packaging, and distribution.
gender analysis. To get an overview of existing gender analysis tools. To examine rationale for using Gender Analysis Tools in participant's work. MODULE OVERVIEW: SESSION 1. The World of Gender Analysis 10 min 2. Tools and Frameworks for Gender Analysis 10 min 3. Activity Analysis 30 min Analysis: The Access and Control Profile 0 min 5. The Integrating Gender and Nutrition within Agriculture Extension Services, which helps build more gender-sensitive and nutrition-enhancing agricultural extension and advisory services across a range of providers, including those in the public, private and non-governmental sectors. Resources. Infographic: The Global State of Agriculture [PDF, K].
Gender analysis of the fisheries sector – Solomon Islands1 1. Introduction This stocktake of gender analysis was conducted to support institutional strengthening of the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine resources and other central and subnational institutions related to . Country gender assessments provide an overview and update of gender issues and to help ADB in identifying how gender dimensions can be incorporated into development assistance planning.
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Conducted the Gender Roles & Equality in Agribusiness survey in the summer of The survey collected information about the roles men and women play in the agricultural industry. Questions examined topics such as compensation, benefits, work/ life balance, equality and advocacy.
Analysis of results. Gender mainstreaming is the current international approach to promoting equality between women and men. It is based on the recognition that gender inequality operates at all levels and in all sectors of society, and thus needs to be addressed in the mainstream.
It aims to ensure that women and men gender analysis of the agribusiness sector book equitably from all that society has to offer, and are equally empowered to affect its.
Gender in Agribusiness. after seven years as economist-in-residence and co-director of the Program on Gender Analysis in Economics at American University in Washington, DC. and the Project on Taxation and Gender Equity. Her recent books include Taxation and Gender Equity, co-edited with Imraan Valodia (Routledge ); The Feminist /5.
Fortunately, an increasingly strong body of evidence confirms that gender-smart solutions in agribusiness can increase the sector’s productivity and profitability and lead to stronger, more integrated value chains.
However, specific manifestations of gender gaps and opportunities vary widely across regions and value chains. Companies require a. The Jhpiego Gender Analysis Toolkit focuses principally on Steps 4 and 5 below—the identification of critical information gaps and the development and implementation of a data collection plan.
The Toolkit uses the GAF to organize questions for collecting information on gender relations and roles in the context of health programming. Table 1: Gender analysis of agriculture and rural development related policies and programmes 16 Table 2.
Gender and cooperatives membership 22 Table 3: Relevant agricultural value chains and role of men and women 24 Table 4. Distribution agricultural land by gender () 30 Table 5. Agricultural land holders by gender 31 Table 6.
Gender inequality is therefore dominant in the sector and this constitutes a bottleneck to development, calling for a review of government policies on agriculture to all the elements that place. The goal of the gender analysis was to inform the development of a cross-cutting gender strategy to address the root causes of gender inequality and support female empowerment for maximizing program impact for food security.
The core objectives of the gender analysis were to: • Analyze the root causes of gender inequality in the context of food. This short guide to gender-analysis tools and gender frameworks is based on a pack developed in 19 9 6 for the use of Oxfam staff and partners. The book aims to be a stand-alone resource, discussing the methodologies of the best known analytical frameworks which have been used to integrate gender conside-rations into development initiatives.
Gender analysis is a type of socio-economic analysis that uncovers how gender relations affect a development problem. The aim may just be to show that gender relations will probably affect the solution, or to show how they will affect the solution and what could be done.
Gender analysis frameworks provide a step-by-step methodology for. ProFocus, KIT, IIRR, ). The book provides case descriptions for each strategy.
Value Chain Selection Selecting a value chain or sub-sector on superficial observation basis bears the risk of choosing a sector with little potential for either upgrading or achieving gender.
foreign investment in agriculture. Gender inequalities in agriculture persist in the 21st century, and tend to be exacerbated by trade and foreign investment. Two broad agendas have emerged in response to global calls for more sustainable trade and more responsible investment in agriculture.
The first, largely targeted at the private sector. The agribusiness sector’s complex value chain spans input companies, farmers, traders, food companies and retailers, all of whom must ultimately satisfy the varying demands of the consumer in a sustainable sector encompasses huge diversity and variety at each stage, from R&D-based input companies to generic.
Book January and fungicides, soil makeup, analysis of agricultural. products, and nutritional needs of farm animals. Large estates (sector of society with some political power}. Africa’s food market, valued at about US$ billion a year incould triple bywith investments in infrastructure, smart business and trade policies and a dynamic agribusiness sector linking farmers with consumers in growing urban areas according to a World Bank report on the potential of agribusiness in Africa.
• Mainstreaming gender in agricultural sector • Mainstreaming gender into agriculture to achieve the Agenda (concepts of gender, gender analysis, gender mainstreaming and agenda). • Sex-disaggregated agricultural data: why are they crucial. • Steps in carrying out gender analysis • Analysing qualitative gender data using NVIVO.
Gender-sensitive analysis of the value chain 3 1 agricultural sector and enhance the social impact of these interventions.
The guidelines are targeted to practitioners in a wide range of organizations and institutions, including national governments, international and non.
The Gender Asset Gap project, the Gender, Agriculture, and Asset Project (GAAP), the LSMS-ISA surveys, Women's Empowerment in Agriculture Index (WEAI) and the Evidence and Data for Gender Equality (EDGE) project are examples of a few efforts to capture information on use, ownership, and control of assets both individually and jointly.
This book is a compilation of the methods and models that we think are most use-ful, all of which have been tested in various types of operation. Our hope is that they will be of practical use when you are carrying out a gender equality analysis, produc-ing a plan of action or evaluating your work.
Title: Gender Issues in Agriculture and Rural Development in Nigeria: The Author: Administrator Created Date: 4/5/ AM. 4 WHAT RESOURCES DO WE NEED FOR AN EFFECTIVE GENDER ANALYSIS?1 Specialized expertise in gender issues and/or sector-specific needs, and an allocation of financial resources for analyses.
Access to national gender statistics, and operations research (i.e., findings derived from testing pilot projects, and from programme monitoring and evaluation).A gender analysis framework (GAF) provides a structure for organizing information about gender roles and relations.
Figure 1 is one example of a GAF. It provides a way to systematize information about gender differences across different domains of social life, and to examine how these differences affect the lives and health of men, women, boys.Gender gaps in institutional arrangements and implementation procedures.
24 Challenges to achieving gender equity and equality in the agriculture sector Gender equality accountability at national policy levels missing agriculture.