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‘better lives through livestock’
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of women in sustainable and equitable
across the developing world.
Gendered assessment of livestock feeding system in northern and southern Burkina Faso
Women in business: chicken seed dissemination in Ethiopia and Tanzania
Methods Study of existing breed dissemination pathways; develop and test women-led business models to disseminate chicks to farmers in remote areas; engage in gender responsive and transformative approaches; assess impact on women’s empowerment and on nutrition. Expected impact Women’s empowerment...
Gender at scale (Exploring ‘feminization’ of agriculture through gender dynamics across scales in East Africa)
Feminization of agriculture is a measurable increase of women's participation in the agricultural sector. It is a phenomenon common to many countries particularly in the developing world. Studying the feminization of agriculture with a gender lens is important to understand its prevalence and how...
Market-based approaches to improving the safety of pork in Vietnam (SafePORK)
In Vietnam, pork is the most widely consumed meat and nearly all is sold in traditional (wet) markets. These markets supply nutritious and delicious food to millions of people. Yet, food hazards are pervasive, food scares common, trust in food low and enforcement capacity weak. Unsurprisingly,...