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Integrating and strengthening gender and landless into SRI-LMB - Ms. Kaneka Keo


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Integrating and strengthening gender and landless into SRI-LMB - Ms. Kaneka Keo

  1. 1. Keo Kaneka SEMIL-SRI-LMB project
  2. 2.  SRI will have on two specific groups, women and landless labourers (often relying on farm labour for their livelihoods).  Review of research and learning that has emerged in recent years around gender and landless.  prepare a basic synthesis of the learning and recommendations from this material »  These recommendations will constitute a basis to refine the curriculum, support materials and MEL 6/8/2015
  3. 3. - Landless labourers are considered among the most marginalized groups, - They are poor with few productive assets, are mostly under-employed and under-paid and have little education and skills, - 21.1% of Cambodian households were landless and another 23.3% had less than 0.5 ha in 2008 , while Lao’s stated that 15% of Lao households were landless and another 28.5% had less than 1 ha in 2008 . 6/8/2015
  4. 4. - 68.1% of the population lives in rural areas, women comprise 48.1% of the agricultural labour force on average. - The differentiated roles of men and women in agriculture and rural households have received increased attention from researchers, aid donors, and policymakers in recent years. - Majority of women are illiterate compare to men - Women spent more time involve in farming but their role in farming system have been over look. - In current economic grow and in the situation of men’s migration to other labour work , women is taking the role as farm management ( Cambodia and Loa ) 6/8/2015
  5. 5.  Thailand, latest accounts (USAID, 2009) estimated that about 10% of farming households were landless in 2005, and 17% held under 0.8 hectares. 6/8/2015
  6. 6.  AT FPAR level :  Establishing participatory gender action plans (PGAP)  Ensuring women inclusion at all stages of the FPAR ( from selection to design for training topic)  Mainstreaming gender sensitivity throughout the project.  Develop Women ‘s Employment Framework through FPAR Summary of recommendations on women’s empowerment through FFS To be discussed on October 31, 2013 and adapted pending approval from project partners: •Analytical framework: adapt components of the WEAI and Longwe frameworks and include these elements in the pre- CFPAR and FPAR surveys, •Conduct participatory analysis with FFS participants with a view or establishing Participatory Gender Action Plans (PGAP) including: Saving groups, Book-keeping, Participatory follow-up sessions, Women trainings, Province and national women trainings, Post FPAR cycle review. •Ensure women inclusion in FPAR through: Revision FFS participants selection process, Women’s equal access and visibility in all activities. •Adopt an Overall Gender Action Plan (OGAP) to assess gender mainstreaming, in particular by: Ensuring that staff and partners recruitment includes gender-sensitive criteria, Building-up staff capacity on gender issues throughout the project, including by participating in networks working on rural women’s rights and creating an internal gender working group, Revising all relevant project documents and procedures. 6/8/2015
  7. 7.  AT FPAR level :  Identifying landless labourers’ specifics in the SEMIL-SRI-LMB project  Anticipating the impacts of SRI introduction on rice labour markets  Implications on project-structure and MEL 6/8/2015
  8. 8.  AT POLICY &ADVOCACY LEVEL:  Women as key aspect in any policy research and Analysis  Identify Gender Gap in current policy environment ( Gender Gap is access to productive Agriculture land )  Ensure issue of women farmer have been identified as strong position in policy Recommendation ( ASDP 2014- 2018 Cambodia )  Establish Relationship with Government ‘s Gender mainstreaming ‘structure ( Lao PDR & Cambodia ).  Promote Women in Public forum through strengthen women farmer public speaking capacity ( Cambodia & Lao ) 6/8/2015