Gender Mainstreaming in Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS)

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Gender Mainstreaming in Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS)

  1. 1. CGIAR is a global research partnership for a food secure future Gender Mainstreaming in Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) Impact Pathway Implementation: Innovative approaches for scaling out • Farm reality TV show targeting and informing East Africa women, men and youth on climate-smart agriculture technologies The ‘What’ Gendertargeted research in all four CCAFS research areas (flagships) Gender & ClimateSmart Practices, Innovations, Scaling Out Approaches The ‘How’, ‘Where’ and ‘With Whom’ Strategic partnerships + learning approaches to achieve gender & social differentiation outcomes Inclusive local forwardplanning action research with NGO’s taking gender transformative actions Equitable Climate Info Services, ClimateInformed Safety Nets Equitable participatory research with Met Services and NARES Co-process and costrategy development with stakeholders Inclusive & equitable institutions supporting ‘Low Emission Development’ Strategic partnerships & joint learning re: innovative & equitable mitigation actions and institutional arrangements supporting LED by and for women Equitable policies and institutions for resilient food systems • Mobile-phone based equitable irrigation advisory services • Female and youth-targeted climate and ag information services Our Vision and Gender Outcome • Participatory farmer-led videos sharing perceptions, knowledge and adaptation strategies • Testing new large-scale, inclusive crowdsourcing approaches M&E: Training in gender impact pathway analysis and M&E strategies with partners Vulnerable groups and women have increased access to and control over: Identifying context-driven, appropriate tools, capacity strengthening and generating new evidence: Inclusive learning alliances/platforms; strengthening women and youth’s voices in farmers orgs & their policy influence; policy champions & enhanced foresight analysis capacity • Productive assets & inputs • Information • Food and markets • Strengthened participation in decisionmaking processes Systemlevel Outcomes • Cross-centre/CRP development of improved gender-climate change research tools • Partner trainings in 5 CCAFS regions, and cross-centre/CRP implementation of new tools Achieving our vision: How we do the research matters We embrace key “Linking Knowledge with Action” Lessons and Principles: • • • • • • Strategic partnerships and inclusive engagement processes Social learning approaches Co-developing research questions and approaches with farmers Gender transformative approaches Innovative communication approaches for scaling out Nested impact pathway development with partners and M&E for tracking and achieving joint outcomes Partners • NGOs, e.g. PROLINNOVA and CARE International • Other CRPs and Universities, e.g. University of Florida • Climate smart and gender-oriented large development programs and investments, e.g. IFAD, FAO, EU, USAID, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, World Bank • Governments and NARES • International gender networks, e.g. WOCAN Key Contacts Jennifer Twyman Patti Kristjanson Chris Jost Website j.twyman@cgiar.org p.kristjanson@cgiar.org c.jost@cgiar.org www.ccafs.cgiar.org/gender Photocredits: Neil Palmer (CIAT) Pawan Kumar This document is licensed for use under a Creative Commons Attribution – Non commercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License October 2013

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