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  • Revised Agenda & Participant List for Inception Workshop | Gender, Agriculture, and Assets Project
    Core Members Bios External Advisory Committee EAC Role Bios Revised Agenda Participant List for Inception Workshop 2010 October 28 by jbehrman Revised Agenda Inception Workshop Revised Participant List Inception Workshop from GAAP1 Inception Workshop No comments yet Comments are closed Get Free Updates RSS Feed Email Updates What is GAAP GAAP core team members works with agricultural development projects in South Asia and Sub Saharan Africa to 1 Identify how

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  • Project Briefs | Gender, Agriculture, and Assets Project
    Mozambique Questionnaires Land O Lakes tools Landesa tools Kickstart tools HKI tools Harvest Plus tools EADD tools CSISA tools CARE tools BRAC tools Findings Core Team Principal Investigators Bios Other Core Members Bios External Advisory Committee EAC Role Bios Project Briefs 2010 October 22 by jbehrman We have asked all of the projects participating in our upcoming inception workshop to prepare a short summary of key program activities Attached are briefs for all projects under consideration VBSS Project Brief TAP Project Brief SDVC Project Brief OFSP Project Brief N2A Project Brief LOL Project Brief IICEM Project Brief EHFP Project Brief CSISA Project Brief CKW Project Brief CFPR Project Brief Kickstart Project Brief BRAC Sierra Leone Project Brief BRAC Uganda Project Brief KHCP Project Brief RDI CDPA Project Brief from GAAP1 Inception Workshop Project Briefs No comments yet Comments are closed Get Free Updates RSS Feed Email Updates What is GAAP GAAP core team members works with agricultural development projects in South Asia and Sub Saharan Africa to 1 Identify how development projects impact men s and women s assets 2 Clarify which strategies have been successful in reducing gender gaps in asset access control and ownership 3 Improve partner organization

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  • Study on knowledge, attitudes and practice | Gender, Agriculture, and Assets Project
    CSISA tools CARE tools BRAC tools Findings Core Team Principal Investigators Bios Other Core Members Bios External Advisory Committee EAC Role Bios Study on knowledge attitudes and practice 2010 October 21 by jbehrman The IFPRI ILRI Gender Assets Project GAP is conducting a study to assess the current state of knowledge attitudes and practice KAP with respect to the use of gender responsive approaches in agricultural development projects We would like to invite workshop participants as well as other members of your organization to fill up this questionnaire We are interested in learning about your experiences and your views toward the relevance of gender issues in planning implementing monitoring and evaluating your project The set of questions below is designed to elicit your views and will be used confidentially to develop a capacity strengthening strategy for the project To access the survey http www surveymonkey com s VNRH7N6 from GAAP1 Inception Workshop No comments yet Comments are closed Get Free Updates RSS Feed Email Updates What is GAAP GAAP core team members works with agricultural development projects in South Asia and Sub Saharan Africa to 1 Identify how development projects impact men s and women s assets 2 Clarify which

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  • Guidelines for project presentations at inception workshop | Gender, Agriculture, and Assets Project
    EADD tools CSISA tools CARE tools BRAC tools Findings Core Team Principal Investigators Bios Other Core Members Bios External Advisory Committee EAC Role Bios Guidelines for project presentations at inception workshop 2010 October 20 by jbehrman Each project has 15 minutes to present Because all of us will benefit most from interaction than from a presentation of facts that will be summarized in the information notes to be distributed at the workshop we suggest the following format for the presentation 5 minutes for basic project information and then 10 minutes discussion issues questions such as a what is your biggest success in this project b what was your biggest challenge c what are the most intriguing findings d what would you have done differently etc The 15 minute presentations would then be followed by up to 5 minutes Q A after each presentation from GAAP1 Inception Workshop Project Powerpoints No comments yet Comments are closed Get Free Updates RSS Feed Email Updates What is GAAP GAAP core team members works with agricultural development projects in South Asia and Sub Saharan Africa to 1 Identify how development projects impact men s and women s assets 2 Clarify which strategies have been

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  • Draft agenda for upcoming inception workshop Nov 5-7 in Nairobi Kenya | Gender, Agriculture, and Assets Project
    00 10 00 AM Welcome and introductions Nancy Johnson Objectives and organization of the workshop A word from our sponsor BMGF gender strategy Haven Ley Introduction of participants 10 00 10 30 AM Presentation of the conceptual framework Ruth Meinzen Dick 10 30 11 00 AM Join ILRI institute wide coffee break 11 00 11 30 AM Presentation of proposal Agnes Quisumbing 11 30 12 30 PM Table topics discussion Facilitator Ruth Meinzen Dick Deborah Rubin 12 30 1 30 Lunch 1 30 3 00 PM Project case study presentations Group 1 see below Moderator Amber Peterman 3 00 3 30 pm Coffee 3 30 5 00 pm Project case study presentations Group 2 Moderator Elizabeth Waithanji Wrap up 6 00 Opening reception cocktails at ILRI SATURDAY NOVEMBER 6 9 00 10 30 am Impact evaluation panel Obj 2 Quantitative and qualitative impact evaluation methods data requirements for impact evaluation discussion Dan Gilligan quantitative methods Jemimah Njuki qualitative methods Agnes Quisumbing Nancy Johnson data needs 10 30 11 00 am Coffee 11 00 12 30 pm Project case study presentations Group 3 Moderator Deborah Rubin 12 30 1 30 pm Lunch 1 30 3 00 pm Project case study presentations Group 4 Moderator Haven Ley 3 00 3 30 pm Coffee 3 30 4 30 pm Presentation of gender strategies and methods for M E Jemimah Njuki 4 30 5 30 pm Results of capacity assessment exercise Wrap up of Day 2 SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 9 00 10 00 am Outreach strategy and feedback Objective 3 10 00 10 30 am Coffee Break 10 30 11 30 am Discussion of criteria and process for case study proposal development 11 30 12 30 pm Wrap up and next steps 12 30 1 30 pm Lunch Case study teams can arrange to

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  • Revised Version of the Gender & Assets Toolkit Available Online | Gender, Agriculture, and Assets Project
    February 15 tags toolkit by jbehrman A revised version of the Gender and Assets Toolkit is available online This toolkit has been developed as part of the Gender Agriculture and Assets Project GAAP to assist researchers and practitioners who are either new or unfamiliar with using mixed methods for gender and assets data collection and analysis In addition to establishing the need for gender and assets research the toolkit defines key concepts and highlights methods for collection analysis and dissemination It also draws from first hand insights opportunities and challenges from previous research projects For those interested in more in depth study the toolkit also links to additional references This toolkit is a living document that is intended to develop over the life course of the GAAP project We encourage you to share your experiences doing gender assets data collection The full version of the Gender and Assets Toolkit can be downloaded here Alternatively you can download the following segments of the toolkit i Gender Asset FAQ ii Qualitative and Quanitative Methods iii Best Practices iv Resources and v Case Studies from GAAP1 Resources No comments yet Comments are closed Get Free Updates RSS Feed Email Updates What is GAAP

    Original URL path: http://gaap.ifpri.info/2012/02/15/revised-version-of-the-gender-assets-toolkit-available-online/ (2016-05-01)
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  • GAAP Conceptual Framework Discussion Paper Avaliable Online | Gender, Agriculture, and Assets Project
    tools Findings Core Team Principal Investigators Bios Other Core Members Bios External Advisory Committee EAC Role Bios GAAP Conceptual Framework Discussion Paper Avaliable Online 2011 December 14 by jbehrman The GAAP conceptual framework discussion paper is now available online as part of the working paper series of the CAPRi Collective Action and Property Rights CAPRi program This paper reviews the literature on gender and assets and offers a conceptual framework for understanding the gendered pathways through which asset accumulation occurs including attention to not only men s and women s assets but also those they share in joint control and ownership Unlike previous frameworks this model depicts the gendered dimensions of each component of the pathway in recognition of the evidence that men and women not only control own or dispose of assets in different ways but also access control and own different kinds of assets The discussion paper can be accessed here from GAAP1 Resources No comments yet Comments are closed Get Free Updates RSS Feed Email Updates What is GAAP GAAP core team members works with agricultural development projects in South Asia and Sub Saharan Africa to 1 Identify how development projects impact men s and women s

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  • New resources to help agriculture project designers achieve improved nutrition | Gender, Agriculture, and Assets Project
    by jbehrman The Infant Young Child Nutrition IYCN Project is pleased to introduce a set of resources including a Nutritional Impact Assessment Tool to help agriculture project designers maximize nutritional benefits for women children and other vulnerable groups This week the IYCN Project will share the new resources at the International Food Policy Research Institute s Leveraging Agriculture for Improving Nutrition and Health Conference in New Delhi India where agriculture health and nutrition colleagues will explore how to better use investments in agriculture to achieve nutrition security and good health for the world s poorest people Bringing women s and children s nutrition to the forefront of agriculture The most nutritionally vulnerable populations particularly women and children should benefit from efforts to improve agriculture Yet their nutritional needs often have low priority for agricultural projects focused on increasing production and incomes By putting women s and children s nutrition needs at the forefront of the planning process agriculture projects can reduce malnutrition and build healthy futures IYCN s new resources offer practical guidance for project designers aiming to meet this challenge iycn org agriculture from GAAP1 Resources No comments yet Comments are closed Get Free Updates RSS Feed Email Updates

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