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Gender Equality in Rural Africa: Conference Objectives and Expected Outcomes


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by Makombe Tsitsi

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Gender Equality in Rural Africa: Conference Objectives and Expected Outcomes

  1. 1. Conference Objectives & Expected Outcomes Tsitsi Makombe Senior Program Manager International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) November 12, 2019
  2. 2. Conference Objectives • Discuss progress, research evidence, and recommendations on gender equality presented in the 2019 Annual Trends and Outlook Report (ATOR) • The 2019 ATOR takes an in-depth look at the intersections of gender and: 1) context and institutions, 2) assets, 3) shocks and resilience, 4) livelihood strategies, 5) income and control of income, and 6) well- being
  3. 3. Conference Objectives…cont • Review progress in meeting key CAADP indicators and the implementation process: • Chapter 13 tracks progress on CAADP indicators outlined in the CAADP Results Framework and in the CAADP implementation process • Review progress in conducting the 2nd CAADP Biennial Review and ensuring its successful completion • Assess progress in efforts to formulate and implement 2nd generation national agriculture investment plans (NAIPs)
  4. 4. Expected Outcomes Shared understanding of: • Africa’s progress in achieving gender equality, remaining gaps, and the way forward for ensuring gender equality in the context of achieving Malabo Declaration goals on agricultural transformation • Actions needed to further advance the implementation of CAADP and Malabo agenda and ensure the achievement of its goals and objectives Shared lessons and experiences on: • Conducting the 2019 Biennial Review and required next steps to successfully complete the process • Formulation and implementation of second-generation Malabo compliant NAIPs
  5. 5. Conference Structure Presentations of 2019 ATOR chapters and case studies by authors and editors • 12 Chapters and 6 Case Studies on gender discussed in plenaries II to VI • Plenary II: Women’s Empowerment in African Agriculture • Plenary III: Gender: Social Norms and Leadership • Plenary IV: Gender and Assets: Productivity, Land and Financial Capital • Plenary V: Gendered Livelihoods • Plenary VI: Gender, Resilience, and Social Protection • Chapter on tracking CAADP indicators and implementation • Plenary VII: Progress toward Achieving Malabo Declaration Goals Panel & Plenary Discussions
  6. 6. 2019 ATOR & Presentations • 2019 ATOR available online, full report, synopsis, and individual chapters and case studies: • • • • Conference presentations will be made available on conference website soon after conference • We welcome you to share conference deliberations and your views on social media Twitter: #2019ReSAKSS #2019ReSAKSSConference #2019ATOR #GenderEquality
  7. 7. Thank you!