Transforming Gender Relations in Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa
Cathy Farnworth, Melinda Fones-Sundell, Akinyi Nzioki, Violet Shivutse, and Marion Davis
Swedish International Agricultural Network Initiative, Stockholm Environment Institute with partners, 2013 | ISBN: 978-91-86125-44-8

This book is the result of a process to better understand the role of gender in agriculture that was initiated by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) in 2009, and then included a series of seminars and workshops. The book is organized under chapters on: developing empowerment pathways; transforming the enabling environment; capturing and using data on gender; household methodologies; community empowerment; land; value chains; ‘climate-smart’ agriculture and beyond; and conclusion. TK-related sections are included in several chapters. The chapter on community empowerment includes a case study on engaging traditional leadership for women’s rights in Zambia; and the chapter on climate-smart agriculture addresses among other issues opportunities to tap into women’s traditional knowledge to support climate change adaptation. Download the book or individual chapters [pdf] …

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