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Gender in LIVESTOCK

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This poster was presented by Nicoline de Haan (LIVESTOCK) 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 LIVESTOCK

  1. 1. Our vision Livestock are a major asset for people the world over. Many people move out of poverty by climbing a ‘livestock ladder’, in which, for example, their increasing the productivity of a few chickens leads first to a larger flock of chickens, then to a few goats, and finally to a cow or two. Such livestock ladders help men and women fulfil their aspirations as well as needs. The CGIAR Research Program on Livestock is using the livestock ladder as a framework to investigate the gendered dynamics of moving up (and down) this livestock (and livelihood) ladder. Our big research questions • How does gender (in-)equality affect the technological and institutional solutions that are designed, delivered and studied along the livestock ladder? • How do the technological and institutional solutions developed affect gender relations and gender transformation? Pictures Working together in the CG: • across the CGIAR: on gendered trait selection as part of the gender breeding pdfs • with CCAFS: on gender entry points to low emission dairy development • with A4NH: on women as milk traders and on the role gender plays in animal protein food safety. Strategic research: Capabilities and empowerment to move up the ladder Our strategic approach and concepts include understanding the access, decision making and use of livestock as a resources, but also developing the capabilities and agency to benefit from livestock • Women’s empowerment livestock index (WELI) • Gender issues in the ‘livestock master plans’ of countries • Livestock ownership as defined by women • Empowerment domains and indicators at livestock project level • Links between consumption of animal-source foods and women’s empowerment • Gender-distinguished opportunities in livestock value chains • Helping livestock communities and nations gain greater voice and influence • Training in issues at the interface of gender/livestock and more sustainable food systems How are we doing it Integration in flagships: A bundle of services For livestock production to be successful, it requires a bundle of services, the access and use of these is gendered along the livestock ladder. Moving up the livestock ladder: gender and livestock This document is licensed for use under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Date Year. Working together in the team: • Lead: Nicoline de Haan • ILRI: Alessandra Galie, Juliet Kariuki, Birhanu Lenjiso, Annet Mulema, Katie Tavenner • ICARDA: Wole Kinati, Dina Najjar • CIAT: Diksha Arora, Wendy Godek • Please let us know if you’re interested in joining our team What are we doing : • Researching equity issues along the ladder: by understanding aspirations and how the ladder can help, identifying policy barriers and market development (including what happens when livestock business becomes a business) • Tailoring innovations for households, communities and nations to facilitate movement along the livestock ladder and to increase the incentives for, and benefits of, doing so • Assessing the actual and potential roles of livestock in transforming gender relations and other social constructs • Unpacking what’s needed to enable livestock enterprises to do more to empower women and to enhance the nutrition and resilience of their households and communities Animal Health - Enhancing gendered capabilities to address threats through a gender lens - Engaging women in the delivery of health services Feeds and Forages - Gender sensitive forage breeding - Gender dynamics in fodder seed innovation systems - Gender dynamics in forage conservation systems Genetics - Gender sensitive community breeding of small ruminants - Empowerment pathways through chickens Environment - Gender and land tenure for reduced land degradation - Increased intensification, labour dynamics and gender norms - Gender and pastoralism Our impact pathway:

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