Practical guidance on gender inclusion in the palm oil industry
RSPO aims to make the palm oil sector fair and sustainable, for this purpose the RSPO standard includes gender-related Principles and Criteria (P&C).
Gender sensitive framework for sustainable management of TVET Colleges in Ethiopia
Fair & Sustainable Ethiopia – in partnership with Niras – IP Consult and MDF – has been contributing to the Ethio-German Financial Cooperation: Vocational Education and Agricultural Training Programme through activities including gender-sensitive strategy, and provision of capacity building workshops for TVET colleges and institutions in Ethiopia.
Paying attention to Gender pays off.
IDH published a new Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) tool which helps track and evaluate gender-equality interventions. The tool is the result of a Gender Business Case Evaluation study conducted by Fair & Sustainable (F&S) Ethiopia in collaboration with F&S Netherlands, in 2018.
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.
Infographic: Women’s Economic Empowerment Framework
Fair & Sustainable, together with AgriProFocus, made an infographic to visualize Women’s Economic Empowerment (WEE)
Building a community of Gender in Value Chain Coaches
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.
Women as business partners
ICCO Cooperation and Fair & Sustainable have developed a tool for gender inclusive development and assessment of project proposals.
Women as Inclusive Business partners: How companies benefit from engaging women
‘Women as Inclusive Business partners’ initiative is built on the recognition that there is a business case for the private sector to actively engage low-income women in their value chains