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  • 1. (Abstract from POWB 2014) Table 1 - Planned key activities for 2014-2016 to produce IDOs and outputs 4.1 Activity Name Gender responsive policies (as it is a gender specific output – this could be done through a partnership with a university or other partner – possibly work with PIM) Objectives: To evaluate policies that constraint or enable gender engagement in agricultural intensification in dry land system Geographical Location (s) including the Action Sites: Chinyangia Triangle, but also possibly doing cross-area work – possible four countries Type of methods used: Analysis of policy frameworks Field studies on implementation of policies Policy workshops Identification of policy Gender research dimension: Land use/tenure Access to credit Agricultural inputs/ subsidies Minimum standards required for gender responsive policy Linkages to other CRPs (if relevant): Water, land and ecosystems Notes: trans-boundary issues need to be appreciated Research Outputs: Options (tools/methods) for improving policies to be gender sensitive Minimum standards checklist on gender equity for policy development and implementation Research Outcomes: Awareness and dialogue on to reform agricultural policies to be gender sensitive Budget for 3 years: ($210,000) 4 countries – scoping studies (include consultants) ($20,000): $80,000 2 workshop in each country – 8 x $5000: $40,000 Developing checklist and options (incl. consultants) - $60,000 Training and dialogues - $30,000