Understanding gender norms and innovation processes to foster gender-equitable opportunities in forest landscapes
Gender researchers present findings from Indonesia and Kyrgyzstan that shed light on how gender norms shape, and are influenced by, forest and tree-based innovation processes.
A new report based on case studies from the ‘GENNOVATE: Enabling gender equality in agricultural and environmental innovation’ comparative qualitative research initiative presents findings from Indonesia and Kyrgyzstan that shed light on how gender norms shape, and are influenced by, forest and tree-based innovation processes.
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The Africa Food Prize has been awarded to the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IIT…Read more
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ICRISAT awarded Microsoft’s AI for Earth grant to promote environmental sustainability10.09.18
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As part of its worldwide AI for Earth program, Microsoft has recently announced grants to…Read more