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Report of the Workshop on a Dialogue on Gender Dimensions of Agricultural Policy in Uganda

James S. E. Opolot

Report of the Workshop on a Dialogue on Gender Dimensions of Agricultural Policy in Uganda

by James S. E. Opolot

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Published by Centre for Basic Research in Kampala, Uganda .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Uganda.
    • Subjects:
    • Women in rural development -- Uganda.,
    • Women in agriculture -- Uganda.,
    • Agriculture and state -- Uganda.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementSamson James Opolot and John Ssenkumba.
      SeriesCBR workshop report ;, no. 6
      ContributionsSsenkumba, John., Workshop on a Dialogue on Gender Dimensions of Agricultural Policy in Uganda.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ1240.5.U33 O66 1996
      The Physical Object
      Pagination55 p. ;
      Number of Pages55
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL528177M
      LC Control Number98983628

      Such dimensions may lie outside the purview of traditional agricultural programming, yet have been shown to be key to achieving good nutritional outcomes. Meeting project needs At the GAAP2 inception workshop in Nairobi, program implementers and evaluators voiced the types of women’s empowerment indicators that they need for their nutrition. The Resources section holds archived publications and multimedia materials related to family farming general issues.

        Background. The Financial Inclusion Support Framework (FISF) is a World Bank Group (WBG) initiative that aims to accelerate and increase the effectiveness of reforms and other country-led actions to achieve national financial inclusion goals. Launched in April and welcomed by the G20 Finance Ministers and the Alliance for Financial Inclusion, FISF helps scale up and leverage the .   Dialogue to Address the Roots of Resource Competition: Lessons for Policy and Practice. Penang, Malaysia: Collaborating for Resilience. Ratner, B. D, Mam, K and Halpern, G (b). Collaborating for Resilience: Conflict, Collective Action, and Transformation on Cambodia’s Tonle Sap Lake. Ecology and Society 19(3):

      The growth of the local and organic foods movement could serve as a model for making changes in food assistance programs. Emergency food systems such as food banks, pantries, soup kitchens, and shelters are facing the challenge of a changing food system. Changes in public- and private-sector food. report of the final international workshop of the gewamed project on the integration of gender dimensions in iwrm: lessons and challenges of the mediterranean region Technical Report Full-text.


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Report of the Workshop on a Dialogue on Gender Dimensions of Agricultural Policy in Uganda by James S. E. Opolot Download PDF EPUB FB2

Report. 2 The workshop constituted the final phase of the task order including dissemination of the two volumes of the report and the presentation of a gender integration training workshop. 3 The 4 6 workshop attendees represented seven East Africa n countries (Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Uganda).

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This report summarizes the presentations, discussions and recommendations of a workshop, co-hosted by the Indonesian Center for Agricultural Biotechnology and Genetic Resources Research and Development, Ministry of Agriculture and the Norwegian Ministry for Agriculture and Food, that was held in Bogor, Indonesia, from March It was highlighted in the workshop that where review processes already exist, such as the African Peer Review Mechanism, it will be important to leverage these in moving forward with SDG implementation.

Day 2 concluded with a view to the future of plan and policy. Mozambique, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, and South Africa for the past 23 years. He leads IFPRI program on Learning and Capacity Strengthening. His current research includes human and organizational strengthening of food policy systems, policy processes, and agricultural extension in.

The workshop was facilitated by Fred Iga Luganda (Gender and Financial Inclusion Facilitator, Uganda) and Gisele Mukabalisa (GALS Facilitator, Rwanda). Co-organized by RUFIN and IFAD The workshop was jointly organized by the Gender and Group Development Unit of RUFIN and IFAD Policy and Technical Advisory Division, Gender Desk.

Uganda in May in Kampala, Uganda, in the presence of over busi-ness women. A two-day workshop for key women’s business and advo-cacy groups and government counterparts informed the participants about international best practices in public-private dialogue and advocacy.

The workshop participants subsequently formed a Gender Coalition. A/64/ and report of the workshop on Gaps, trends and current research in gender dimensions of agricultural and rural employment: Differentiated pathways out of poverty, Rome, FAO, IFAD, ILO, This inaugural report on the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is a first accounting of where the world stands at the start of our collective journey to The report analyses selected indicators from the global indicator frame-work for which data are available as examples to highlight some critical gaps and challenges.

I have, as of May published 5 book chapters, 21 refereed journal articles, 5 refereed conference proceedings, 3 monographs and 5 technical reports either as single or co-author. As a lecturer, I have played a key role in the design and introduction of first ever Postgraduate Diploma and Master degrees in statistics at the University of.

Recently, a one-day policy workshop trained 18 postdoc researchers (including eight women) from Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe on how research evidence can be used to influence agricultural policies in relation to the social and economic dimensions of smallholder farming.

Development Support Programme (DDSP) in Uganda. The evaluation mission took place in November/December and the evaluation report was finalised at the end of February An evaluation workshop was held in Kampala on 11 March The objectives of the workshop were.

Agricultural Systems (AAS) has placed the GTA at the heart of its gender strategy. This workshop was an opportunity for researchers, practitioners and donors working in this area to address the challenge of how to translate this approach into actual research and development practice.

The workshop began by looking back over four decades of. The Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) and the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), with the support of the United Nations Population fund (UNFPA), are implementing.

A bright milestone for Uganda’s agriculture, food security. In Uganda, food security discrepancies are influenced by socio-demographic, economic and spatial factors. These include farmer’s age, education level of the household head, household assets, access to non-agricultural income sources, changing climate and size of land owned.

various approaches using PRGA in agricultural or natural resource management. Over researchers and development professionals attended the seminar. I was responsible for the overall planning and coordination of the workshop, including commissioning the papers presented at the workshop, and editing the book that resulted from the workshop.

The main tree products in the area are shea nuts (Vitellaria paradoxa), charcoal, firewood, baobab fruit [Adansonia digitata], shea butter processed from the nuts, and tamarind. For women, sheanuts are extremely important.

More than half of the households surveyed receive income from the nuts, nearly all of it controlled by women. Chapter 9 - Improving women farmers' access to extension services. Janice Jiggins, R. Samanta, and Janice E. Olawoye. Janice Jiggins. is a consultant in Andelst, Netherlands, and a Visiting Professor in the Department of Rural Extension Studies, University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada.

Samanta is a faculty member and the Head of the TOT Systems and Policies Unit, National Academy of. AGI/UNRISD Policy Dialogue- Gender Equality: Striving for Justice in an Unequal World, Cape Town, South Africa 7 - 8 Feb ; Agrarian Change, Gender and Land Rights, Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland 6 - 7 Nov ; Bangkok Presentation of the UNRISD Flagship Report, Combating Poverty and Inequality, UN Conference Centre, Bangkok, Thailand.March| Tanzania & Uganda.

The Enabling the Business of Agriculture (EBA) held its first regional launch in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, at the 3rd annual Agricultural Policy Conference, organized by the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries of Tanzania and the World Bank.

Over participants attended the conference.A report on the workshop, written by Shobha Shukla, Managing Editor of Citizen News Service (CNS), reads as follows: Women suffer more with rising trade globalization By Shobha Shukla (*) In an increasingly globalised world, the impact of trade and investment liberalization is an important area of policy .