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Final report. FOKUS: External evaluation of the East African Program for the Empowerment of Grassroot Women (EAGWEN).Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation - NORAD, 2013Norwegian Women and Family Association (NWF) has a history of supporting organisations whose main focus is on vulnerable groups.Document
Forward looking review of the regional strategy on scaling up access to modern energy services in the East African Community: final reportChr. Michelsen Institute, Norway, 2013The East African Countries (EAC) Secretariat’s Energy Division supports regional knowledge coordination and has become a common forum for exchange of best practices and discussions on joint development, and improved regionalisation.DocumentActionAid International, 2013Collecting data on all women’s work, both paid and unpaid, is critical to improving the design of social policies and the allocation of resources to address poverty and inequality. This report documents Action Aid's multi-country programme on women's unpaid care work in Kenya, Nigeria, Nepal and Uganda.DocumentIndia-Africa Connect, 2009This edition of ‘Africa Quarterly – Indian Journal of African Affairs’ delves into India’s engagement with east Africa in all its myriad dimensions. The contributions to the journal take a critical look at areas and issues that need to be addressed, if the India-Africa relationship is to flourish to its full potential.DocumentInstitute of Development Studies UK, 2012This document brings together stories, tools and lessons from the work of the Mobilising Men programme, a partnership looking at ways of engaging men as gender activists.Document
Are food insecure smallholder households making changes in their farming practices? Evidence from east AfricaClimate Change Agriculture Food Security, 2012Smallholder farmers across east Africa have started to embrace climate-resilient farming approaches and technologies, according to this study by the Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) research programme.DocumentFuture Agricultures Consortium, 2012CAADP Policy Brief 06 by Kate Wellard-Dyer Pastoralists in the Horn of Africa have struggled for centuries with drought, conflict and famine. They are resourceful, innovative and entrepreneurial peoples, by necessity. While there are profound difficulties in creating secure livelihoods for all, there are also significant successes.DocumentFuture Agricultures Consortium, 2011Pastoralist areas of the Horn of Africa are experiencing rapid change. Markets are opening up, helping to improve livelihoods and generate substantial new wealth for local and national economies.DocumentConsultative Group on International Agricultural Research, 2012According to this report, climate funds for reducing greenhouse gas emissions can benefit small farmers and help achieve development objectives. In the detailed study of six African agricultural carbon projects, researchers found that communities are benefiting from a range of activities related to planting and managing trees on farms.