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In equal measure: a user guide to gender analysis in agroforestry

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Catacutan D, McGaw E and Llanza MA, (eds). 2014. In Equal Measure: A User Guide to Gender Analysis in Agroforestry. Los Baños, Philippines. World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF)Southeast Asia Regional Program. 101 p.

Contact Info

Philippines office, 2nd Fl., Khush Hall, International Rice Research Institute (IRRI)
Tel: +63 2 5805600/49 5362701-5  Ext.  2675/2544/2580
Fax: +63 49 5392925
Email: icrafphi@cgiar.org
www.worldagroforestry.org/regions/southeast_asia/philippines

Southeast Asia Regional Program
Jl. CIFOR, Situ Gede, Sindang Barang, Bogor 16115
[PO Box 161, Bogor 16001], Indonesia
Tel: +62 251 8625415
Fax: +62 251 8625416
Email: icraf-indonesia@cgiar.org
blog.worldagroforestry.org, www.worldagroforestry.org /regions/southeast_asia

 

Affiliations

  • World Agroforestry Centre, Philippines Office

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Description

  • A user guide tailored for practioners working with rural communities in tropics.
  • Gender roles and responsibiities play a huge role in adoption and development of agroforestry systems.
  • This guide provides practical approaches for understanding gender roles in farming, preference of tree and shrubs, production and marketing of tree products, access to information and resources, and gendered lenses of land use.
  • Gender is often overlooked in assessment and management approaches by extenionists and NGOs, and thus this guide provides practical activities for participatory research and nuanced decision-making processes.

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