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    Gender analysis of agricultural value chains: A practitioners perspective Gender analysis of agricultural value chains: A practitioners perspective Document Transcript

    • Gender Analysis of Agricultural Value Chains a practitioner perspective By Angelica Senders Fair and Sustainable Advisory Services/ ICCO May 25, 2011
    • Gender Sensitive Value Chain development
      • Aims at contributing to women’s empowerment and gender equality
      • For this we need to know
        • what are the gender inequalities in the value chain
        • What are their causes
        • What are the Gender Based Constraints: what prevents this chain to work for women
        • What are opportunities to change this
      • The ICRW tool will be a great help in this!
      • Take phasing into account
      • Different objectives and thus research questions
      • In the different phases of the intervention value chain development
      • These objectives will be each time more specific:
        • Selection of Value chains
        • Analysis of value chains
        • Definining upgrading strategies/ interventions
        • Monitoring, evaluation and learning
      A practitioners perspective
    • Increased focus of the analysis M&E Shaping the intervention Analysis if one specific VC Selection of the VC
    • Analysis
      • Describe and understand
      • Identify the action perspective
      • Shape the intervention/ what is needed in this value chain?
        • Capacity building
        • Partnership building
        • Sensitization
        • Technology
        • … ..
      • Identify how we can contribute to this
    • Action learning
      • Analysis is not a one-off activity
      • But continuous in repeating cycles of action learning
      • Not one tool but a Toolbox
      Analysis Implementation Planning
    • Analysis for success!
      • Monitor whether we are likely to achieve our gender objectives
      • Describe and share lessons learned
      • Try to close the gap between
      •  the gender sensitive analysis and  the succesfull gender intervention