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  • I’m not going to take a lot of your time reiterating why attention to gender is essential PIM uses a 2 pronged strategy: integrating gender in each subtheme by identifying the relevant gender dimensions, AND a strategic gender research theme to have resources for some of the cross-cutting things that need to be don, but might be missed by individual components
  • This is just a quick reminder of the themes and subthemes
  • I won’t read all this, but just to show that selected outputs (and outcomes) under each subtheme have a clear gender dimension
  • I won’t read all this, but just to show that selected outputs (and outcomes) under each subtheme have a clear gender dimension
  • I won’t read all this, but just to show that selected outputs (and outcomes) under each subtheme have a clear gender dimension
  • The Strategic gender research has several important characteristics
  • I will probably skip these next 3 slides
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  • This gives examples of some of our exciting ongoing or planned work
  • Depending on time, I can talk this through in terms of how gender fits in each of these impact pathways: Improving methods and knowledge to be used by PIM (e.g. strategic foresight), other CRPs, NARS Development stakeholders (e.g. WEAI), NGOs (e.g. CARE), improving extension services Providing evidence to policymakers of the need to address gender issues Involving other sectors, e.g. women’s affairs

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  • Policies, Institutions,and Markets toStrengthen FoodSecurity andIncomes for theRural PoorCGIAR ResearchProgram 2 (CRP2)IFPRIBIOVERSITY, CIAT, CIMMYT,CIP, ICARDA, ICRAF, ICRISAT,IITA, ILRI, WORLDFISH 2.10 – 2.25 pm
  • Overall Gender Strategy• Rationale: Cannot achieve strategic objectives without addressing gender• Integrating Gender in Each Subtheme Research, Outputs and Outcomes• Strategic Gender Research Theme 1. Generating evidence and improving the information base on gender in agriculture 2. Evaluating the linkages between agricultural/rural transformations and gender relations 3. Applying gender analysis to policy reform and implementation
  • PIM Research Portfolio THEME 1 THEME 2 THEME 3Effective policies and Inclusive governance Linking smallstrategic investments and institutions producers to markets Subtheme 1.1 Subtheme 2.1 Subtheme 3.1 Foresight and strategic Policy processes Innovations across the scenarios value chain Subtheme 1.2 Subtheme 2.2 Subtheme 3.2 Macroeconomic, trade, Governance of rural Impact of upgrading & investment policies services value chains Subtheme 1.3 Subtheme 2.3 Production and Collective action and technology policies property rights Subtheme 2.4 Subtheme 1.4 Institutions strengthen Social protection policies assets of the poor
  • Gender-related Outputs: Policies• OP 1.1.2: Qualitative and quantitative analyses providing decision-support for policymakers and practitioners in setting priorities for policies and investments, including analysis of gender-disaggregated data• OP 1.2.4: Identification of distributional effects on men and women of alternative trade policies at global, regional and country levels• OP 1.2.7: Country-level databases and tools for analyzing alternative growth scenarios and their implications for income distribution, gender equality and poverty reduction• OP 1.2.12: Time series sectoral datasets of labor productivity, labor costs and labor employment by gender for selected developing countries• OP 1.3.13: Analyses of strategies and policies to enhance gender equality• OP 1.4.3: Identification and analysis of social protection policies that are gender-sensitive
  • Gender-related Outputs: Institutions• OP 2.1.4: Identification of features that promote effective implementation of pro-poor and gender-equitable policy decisions• OP 2.2.4: In-depth analyses on how public services can be more gender-equitable, using innovative gender-disaggregated data collection methods• OP 2.3.1: Case studies and identification of effective ways of strengthening inclusive collective action to empower women and the poor in managing natural resources• OP 2.3.3: Case studies of land tenure reforms and identification of effective ways of strengthening property rights to commons and customary rights of women & the poor• OP 2.4.1: Case studies documenting how men and women accumulate assets and use them to move out of poverty• OP 2.4.4: Improved methods and data for gender-disaggregated analysis of assets• OP 2.4.5: Guidelines for designing and implementing agricultural development interventions that protect and increase womens assets• OP 2.4.6: Capacity strengthening materials for researchers and evaluators on how to incorporate gender and assets
  • Gender-related Outputs: Markets• OP 3.1.2: Good practices for gender-sensitive value chain upgrading available to all CRPs; specific institutional innovations developed by CRP2 being tested in at least 2 commodity CRPs• OP 3.2.1: Methodological guidelines on how to implement impact evaluations for value chains, including assessment of gendered impacts
  • Strategic Research on GenderUncover broader lessons•Assessing experiences with gender analysis under individual projectsollect gender-disaggregated dataCollaborationtrengthen information systems, with better methods, data, & analysis• GCARD RoadMap•Combining global CGIAR and local NARs expertiseriority on areas with high gender disparities Africa, South Asiaevelop context-specific strategies for women’sengagement and outreach
  • ST G.1: Information Base on Gender in AgricultureOutputs Outcomes1. Guidelines for improving sex-disaggregated Sex-disaggregated data collecteddata collection available for widespread use and used by national statistical2. Toolkits on gender analysis for different systems to guide policiescontexts and purposes, pilot tested with other Appropriate tools for gender analysisthemes and CRPs3. Analysis of sex-disaggregated data (including incorporated into research by CRPs,existing datasets) NARS, and NGOs4. Case studies addressing gender issues indepth using mixed qualitative and quantitativemethods5. Analysis of institutional demand for gender-related data, and development of training andcommunications strategy for national statisticalsystems, NARS, and NGOs to use sex-disaggregated data more effectively
  • ST G.2: Linkages betw. Agricultural/ Rural Transformations and Gender Relations Outputs Outcomes 1: Studies on the gender factors that Results and lessons from studies used create and sustain change in by agricultural projects to address agricultural societies gender issues 2: Gendered impact assessments of agricultural R&D programs
  • ST G.3: From Gender Analysis to Policy ImplementationOutputs Outcomes1: Interviews and case studies Gender-related results of CPR2identifying major impediments to research used by key stakeholders andattention to gender in agricultural advocacy groups in shapingpolicies and institutions agriculture-related policies and2: Training materials for stakeholders programsto use improved gender-disaggregated information systems ingender analysis of policies andprograms3: Communication strategies toconvey gender-related findings tostakeholders
  • Examples• Gender, Agriculture and Assets Program – Conceptual framework helping other projects, CRPs – Evidence that addressing the gender asset gap is important for development outcomes• Toolkit of qualitative and quantitative methods – Going beyond “household”: interview men AND women• Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index• Collaboration with CCAFS on gender sites• Collaboration with FAO, WB on nationally representative data sets
  • Impact Pathways Monitoring and evaluation, impact assessment Development Implementation community, Extension services, of development stakeholders, actions advocates NGOs 2 Influence policy development and implementation arena System-Level Outcomes 1 Inform and enrich research, bolster research capacity • Reduced rural povertyResearch Improved Knowledge • Improved foodoutputs • THEME 1 Public Awareness • Farmers • Media • Traders securityResearch • THEME 2 • General public • Service providers • Improvedcapacity • THEME 3 nutrition and health • More sustainable Provide policy recommendations 3 management of natural resources Policymakers, Policy Policy analysts ministries changes
  • Strong Capacity• Cheryl Doss leads strategic gender research• Supportive management team (majority women)• Working group in PIM• IFPRI Gender Task Force• New Research Coordinator for capacity strengthening• Collaboration with other CRPs, providing ideas, tools, evidence