Gendered pathways need gendered approaches

A new magazine article in Rural 21: The International Journal for Rural Development references the A4NH gender strategy in presenting why really gender matters when it comes to achieving food and nutrition security. Co-authors, Hazel Malapit, A4NH Gender Research Coordinator, and Agnes Quisumbing, IFPRI Senior Research Fellow, demonstrate how the pathways through which agriculture and >> Read more

Special issue: Gender in Agriculture Partnership newsletter

To mark this week’s third Global Conference on Agriculture for Development (GCARD3) taking place in Johannesburg, South Africa from April 5-8, A4NH is pleased to share with you a special issue of the Gender in Agriculture Partnership (GAP) newsletter, featuring gender, agriculture, and nutrition topics. GAP aims to transform agriculture to empower women and deliver food, nutrition, >> Read more

Improving Nutrition in India: Taking Flight with WINGS

All over the world, people are paying attention to the transformative role of women’s groups. Women, when organized in groups, have been able to achieve change within their communities, households, and themselves, despite facing great odds, such as restrictive gender norms that limit the scope of their decisionmaking, legal systems that prohibit them from owning >> Read more

Development of a project-level WEAI begins at the GAAP2 inception workshop

The second phase of the Gender, Agriculture and Assets Program (GAAP2) is hosted within A4NH. GAAP2 aims to develop measurements for women’s empowerment in agricultural development programs and a large number of projects chosen to be part of GAAP2 seek to improve nutritional outcomes either through direct interventions or indirectly via increases in income through >> Read more