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Regional Impact Pathways: Gender
Regional Impact Pathways: Gender
Regional Impact Pathways: Gender
Regional Impact Pathways: Gender
Regional Impact Pathways: Gender
Regional Impact Pathways: Gender
Regional Impact Pathways: Gender
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Regional Impact Pathways: Gender

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You have to watch the presentation in full-screen! With the ambition to produce impact pathways for all of CCAFS five regions, the Gender team of CCAFS invited representatives to a Gender Training and …

You have to watch the presentation in full-screen! With the ambition to produce impact pathways for all of CCAFS five regions, the Gender team of CCAFS invited representatives to a Gender Training and Strategizing Workshop in October 2013 to prepare impact pathways for each region - that in the end will help support gender equality.

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  • CREAM WEST NILE is implementing implementing a pilot project on adaptation to climate change in Rhino Camp Sub County which has has been hit by its impacts. Radio sensitization is one of the strategies used at the moment on Radio Voice of Life Arua. Because radio signal or coverage is the limit of the listeners, it has attracted many groups of people and institutions who feel the program should continue both on radio and with practical approaches like tree planting, enabling access to short term crop varieties, accessing source of renewable energies like solar, energy saving charcoal stoves,etc, proving access to water harvesting equipments such as plastic drums, underground water storage systems, drilling boreholes, shallow wells among others.

    The limitation is that, with radio sensitization, we have reached a diverse mass expressing a positive response beyond our scope and resources. We are seeking individuals, organizations, business wing, donors to support us. We would like to hear from you please contact the project coordinator for adaptation to climate change CREAM WEST NILE on matheweb@yahoo.com or enabomathew@gmail.com or call me on +256775489523 or visit CREAM web site on http://creamwestnile.org and post your comments their especially on how to reach you. We shall appreciate your comment or contribution.
    Thanks Mathew
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  • 1. CCAFS Regional Gender Impact Pathways Participants at a CCAFS-organized Gender Training and Strategizing Workshop held in October 2013 were assigned in their five regional groups to identify the kind of gender impacts that are needed in order to reach the target CGIAR global gender impact considering norms, beliefs, rules and values that regulate gender and what kinds of transformations need to occur. These were identified as: - Latin America: Balance in power among members of different social units. - East Africa: Balance in power and access to resources. - South Asia: Men’s voices are not dominant. Women and other marginalised groups have equal voice in decision making. - Southeast Asia: Confident women that are free to make decisions. - West Africa: Increased and equal control by women and youth to land, markets, information, extension services etc. Women and youth have equality in control of livelihood support systems. The participants worked in regional groups and generated the following regional gender impact pathways for achieving these impacts. The detailed information behind these regional gender impact pathways can be found in Annex 1 in the Workshop report: http://ow.ly/u1g4K
  • 2. Latin America cont.:

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