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IFPRI Policy Seminar: Innovations in Measuring Women's Empowerment -- FTF Results Framework

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Policy Seminar Presentation with Emily Hogue, Agnes Quisumbing and Sabina Alkire on March 21, 2012. Slide courtesy of Emily Hogue.

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IFPRI Policy Seminar: Innovations in Measuring Women's Empowerment -- FTF Results Framework

  1. 1. Feed the Future Goal: Sustainably Reduce Global Poverty and Hunger - Prevalence of poverty - Prevalence of underweight children High Level Objective: High Level Objective: Inclusive agriculture sector growth Improved nutritional status esp. of women & children -Agriculture Sector GDP -Prevalence of stunted children -Per capita expenditures in rural households -Prevalence of wasted children - Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index -Prevalence of underweight women Improved Expanding Increased private Increased Increased Improved Improved Improved useagriculture markets and trade investment in employment resilience of access to nutrition- of maternalproductivity -Percent change in agriculture and opportunities vulnerable diverse and related and child-Gross margins value of intra- nutrition activities in targeted communities and quality foods behaviors health andper unit of regional exports of -Value of new private value chains households nutrition -Dietary -Exclusiveland or animal targeted investment in ag -Jobs created -Household services diversity for breastfeed-of selected commodities sector or value chain -Prevalence of by investment Hunger Scale women and ing under sixproduct - Value of maternal -% pub. expenditure in agricultural children months incremental sales anemia (farm-level) on ag. and nutrition value chains - # of local firms/CSO operating sustainably Programs and Programs and Programs and Programs and policies to support policies to policies to policies to agriculture sector increase access reduce support growth to markets and inequities positive gains facilitate trade in nutrition AVAILABILITY ACCESS STABILITY UTILIZATION Definition of Food Security
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