A framework and tool for development practitioners and agri-service providers, to analyse the delivery of agri-support services from a gender perspective has been developed.
Why a gender approach is good for workers, business, and the sector: a case from the Ethiopian Flower sector
IDH commissioned a study in the Ethiopian flower sector to test the hypothesis that Gender interventions increase workers’ satisfaction and engagement and lead to changes in employee attitudes, behavior, and work motivation, which leads to improved business performance.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) published a guiding note on an interesting topic: ‘Gender and food loss in sustainable value chains’.
Fair & Sustainable, together with AgriProFocus, made an infographic to visualize Women’s Economic Empowerment (WEE)
A better position of women in African emerging markets provides advantages for women as well as for companies.
In June 2016, ten AgriProFocus Gender in Value Chain (GVC) coaches from a variety of countries (ranging from Ethiopia, Uganda and Zambia to Benin and Indonesia), gathered in Kampala for a training.
ICCO Cooperation and Fair & Sustainable have developed a tool for gender inclusive development and assessment of project proposals.