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     Planned key activities for 2014-2016 to produce IDOs and outputs Planned key activities for 2014-2016 to produce IDOs and outputs Presentation Transcript

    • (Abstract from POWB 2014) Table 1 - Planned key activities for 2014-2016 to produce IDOs and outputs (CA) 4.1 Activity Name Improved Livelihoods for women in crop- livestock systems Objectives: To improve the lives of women (of various social backgrounds and generations) by enhancing production in crop-livestock systems Research Question: -Who controls income from livestock production? -Who decides over marketing of livestock and its products? -What is the labour allocation for various livestock activities? -What kind of inputs affects livestock production (labour, land, water, feed, credit, information, marketing, access to good animal breeds)? -Who has the knowledge of livestock production (breeding, cheese, feeding, etc.) -How can women’s access to information with regards to production/scientists’ technologies improve? -Are the technologies harming women, increasing labour? Geographical Location (s) including the Action Sites: Rajasthan, India and Karak, Jordan Type of methods used: -Literature review (5000 $) (2-3 months) -Partnership with ILRI -Survey Instruments (pilot testing, numerators’ training) (2-3 months) -Qualitative data (PRA and focus groups) (ongoing) -Data entry and cleaning (ongoing) -Participant observation (ongoing) -Data analysis (ongoing) -Training in gender integration in relevant technologies for biophysical and gender scientists (2-3 months for major training and ongoing) Research Outputs: -Awareness workshops for other scientists on how integration can be done (2016) -Capacity building of scientists and gender specialists on integrative research (ongoing 2014-2016) -Research paper in ISI journal (preferably on methodology) (2016) -Research report (2015) -Literature survey completed on gender and livestock and available for others’ perusal -Methodology developed on gender integration in livestock-crop systems -Setting the ground for transformative research Research Outcomes: -Improved livelihoods for targeted women by the biophysical scientists -Results of study used by other scientists for ex-ante gender integration -Up scaling--adoption of methodology by other livestock scientists (at other CG centers and beyond, eg., NARES)
    • Gender research dimension (if relevant): Understand access and control over resources, feeds into strategic research Linkages to other CRPs (if relevant):