Expected gender-related outcomes
Gender approach and activities
Project Impact Pathway
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Integrating gender equity and empowerment in the Dairy Goat and Root Crop Production project: Current issues and next steps

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Poster prepared by Alessandra Galiè for the CGIAR Research Program on Livestock and Fish Gender Working Group Planning Meeting, Addis Ababa, 14-18 October 2013


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Integrating gender equity and empowerment in the Dairy Goat and Root Crop Production project: Current issues and next steps

  1. 1. Expected gender-related outcomes Gender approach and activities Project Impact Pathway This document is licensed for use under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported Licence October 2013 http://livestockfish.cgiar.org Integrating gender equity and empowerment in the Dairy Goat and Root Crop Production project: current issues and next steps • Impact on empowerment, food security & nutrition • Increased ability of women to independently participate in various stages of the value chains • More equitable relations between men and women Gender analysis to assess current situation Gender integrated in project activities and evaluation • Capacity building in gender analysis • Community trainings on gender • Women included in breeding, market, animal health • Provision of goats and crops to women • Support women’s special interest groups Findings Lack of an empowerment impact pathway Gender equity as a key emergent property of system • Farmers limited involvement in the intervention • New gender-division of labour for goats • Ownership of goats reported not to be joint • Decision-making about goats is mostly with men • Gender trainings were effective Recommendations Research into development pathways Gender empowerment framework The situation after 2 years of activities Participatory approaches to: • Define an empowerment conceptual framework • Set empowerment goals • Translate the framework and goals into a pathway • Identify indicators of change • Assess success of project in enhancing change New approach: empowerment framework and pathway Contact Alessandra Galiè: a.galie@cgiar.org

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