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Gender in Grain Legumes and Dryland Cereals

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This poster was presented by Esther Njuguna-Mungai (GLDC / ICRISAT) for the pre-Annual Scientific Conference meeting organized for the CGIAR research program gender research coordinators on 4 December.
The annual scientific conference of the CGIAR collaborative platform for gender research took place on 5-6 December 2017 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, where the Platform is hosted (by KIT Royal Tropical Institute).

Read more: http://gender.cgiar.org/gender_events/annual-scientific-conference-capacity-development-workshop-cgiar-collaborative-platform-gender-research/

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Gender in Grain Legumes and Dryland Cereals

  1. 1. CGIARResearchProgramonGrainLegumesandDrylandCerealsAgri-foodSystems Unlockingmarkets,improvinglivelihoods GENDERSTRATEGY GenderConcernsintheDrylands •Marginalizedcommunities,differentialaccesstoresources,shrinkinglandsize, womenaccessworse •Gendergapsinproduction,yieldsandincomes •Relianceoncropfarmingasmainsourcesforfood,feed •Lowinputagriculture •Womenlaborkeyforagriculturalproduction,gendernorms,intra-household powerrelations,genderedpatternsoflaborallocation •Limitedparticipationofwomenbeyondproductionlevel:limitedmobility, women’schronictimepovertyandnormsinfluencingwomen’sacceptable behavior •Malnutritionamongwomenofreproductiveageandchildrenbelow5. KeyGenderConceptsused •Decisionmaking •Empowerment •Participation •Traitpreferencesinchoiceandadoption •Gendernormsanalysis •Women’slaborandtimeuseanalysis. GenderResearchQuestionsAcrosstheFlagships GenderResearchStrategyGoal •Continuedlearningandimprovementingenderresearch,analysisand interventionsthatstimulatetransitionstowarddrylandlivelihoodsthatare inclusiveandrewardingforwomenandyouth. Flagship1 Flagship3 Flagship4 Flagship5 (COA1.3)Acceleratingimpactsforwomenandyoungpeoplethrough innovationsystemsandlearning •Whatcanbetheroleofinnovativelearningandactionsystemsforgainful engagementofyoungpeopleintheunderperformingagri-foodsystemsofgrain legumesanddrylandcereals? •Whatarethebottlenecksandtrade-offsinwomen’sparticipationinlocaland regionalvaluechainsofthetargetcrops?Whatrolescaninclusive,innovative, learningandactionsystemsplay? •HowdocultureandnormsintersectwithGLDCagri-foodsystems? Integratedfarmandhouseholdmanagement–Genderfocus •Asmoremenmigrate,whatinterventionscanrelievethelaborburdenofwomen inproduction? •Genderandage-responsiveinformationdissemination. •Promotionofgendersensitivedecisionmaking. Varietyandhybriddevelopment •Undertakeinclusiveandefficientseedsystemsresearchtoleverageagronomy andcomplimentaryknowledgeandinnovations •Unlockenterpriseopportunitiesforformalandinformalseedsystemsforwomen andyouth •Engagewomen,communitymembersinparticipatoryvarietyselectionto improvetargetingoftheirpreferredtraits •Supportdomesticconsumptionandprocessingbytacklingcookingand processingtraits •Improvepre-andpost-harvesthandlingincludingtheuseofcropdebrisfor livestockfeedandfueltosavetimeforwomenandotherfarmers •LeverageA4NHandothercomplementaryCRPinvestmentstomitigate agriculture-relateddiseasesandsupportachievementofnutritionoutcomes. Pre-breedingandtraitdiscovery •Traitskeytomen,womenandyouththatenhanceutilizationandimprove nutritionalvalue. SLOsIDOs / Sub-IDOs GLDC Outcomes Flagship outcomesCluster of activities Foundational Values Improvedfoodandnutritional securityforhealthPovertyreduction Improvednaturalresourcesand ecosystemservices Conduciveagriculturalpolicy environmentReduceMarketBarriers Increasedcapacityforinnovation inpartnerdevelopment organizationsandinpoorand vulnerablecommunities EndofCRPoutcome1:Expandedandresilient production,valueaddition,tradingandconsumptionof grainlegumesanddrylandcerealsintargetcountries CoA1.2Valuechains,markets anddriversofadoption GenderandYouth Capacitydevelopment Partnerships&Innovation Marketdemand,valuechain optionsandhouseholdpreferences understoodandincorporatedfor inclusivetargetinganddevelopment EndofCRPoutcome2:Improvedcapacityandinclusivity ofagrifoodsystemstakeholderstocollaborativelydevelop innovationsthatrespondtotheneedsofwomen,men& youthinGLDC-basedlivelihoodsandvaluechains 1.Marketdemandassessment forGLDCinnovations 2.Householdprioritiesand technologypreferences 3.Trade-offassessment betweenhousehold,value chainandmarketdemands Improvedtargeting&responsivenessofresearchtoend-user demandsforacceleratedscalingandimpactofresearchoutputs Inclusivetechnologies&innovationsdevelopedwithintheagrifood system&evidencedisseminatedtoenablespilloverdeployment Prioritizationguidingresearch &innovationsforfood, nutrition,resilienceand povertyreductionalignedwith nationallevelstrategies CoA1.1Foresight, climatechangeanalysis andprioritysetting 1.Participatory,inclusiveand systematicprioritizationof GLDCresearch 2.Continuousengagementand assessmentofdriversand emergingtrends Strengthenedenabling environmentsandmechanismsto facilitatescalingandadjustments basedonevidence CoA1.4Enabling environmentsandscalingto accelerateimpact 1.Identifyingcost-effectivescaling strategiesforGLDCinnovations 2.Stakeholderengagement, communicationsandcapacity developmentforimpact 3.Assessingadoptionandimpact Interventionsresponsivetogender &socialinclusiondeveloped& principlesforinclusiveness& empowermentrolledoutinthe researchandinnovationprocess CoA1.3Acceleratingimpact forwomenandyoungpeople throughinclusiveinnovation systemsandlearning 1.Supportingevidence-based gendermainstreamingthrough strategicgenderresearch 2.Developingmechanisms forinclusivecollaborative interventionsandoptions testing Dec2017 ContributiontoCGIAR-wideGenderResearchFramework •Womenandyouthinruraltransformation •Gendernormsinagriculturalresearch •Genderandbreedinginitiative •Genderdynamicsinseedsystems •Genderandinnovativelearningandactionsystems.

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