A research program in Uganda and Nicaragua is using collaborative forest management to better address the social structures that inhibit women’s equal access to forest resources and decision making .
Consortium News Archive for August, 2013
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For many women farmers, the change is not only bringing a valuable new crop, but also more bargaining power with their husbands.
GCARD2, 2012, represented a milestone for making youth voices stronger at key agricultural research for development (ARD) events.
The recently approved IA Implementation Guidelines are one of many tools aimed at achieving the CGIAR Vision