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- DocumentFood and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2012It has been estimated that over 100 million people could be lifted out of poverty, if women were granted equal access to and control of resources. However, climate change and gender have yet to be implemented into agricultural development in an effective way.Document
Good practices in participatory mapping: a review prepared for the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)International Fund for Agricultural Development, 2009Participatory mapping, commonly used in participatory development, plays an important role in helping marginalised groups by making visible the association between land and local communities, highlighting important social, historical and cultural knowledge as well as presenting geographical feature information.DocumentInternational Fund for Agricultural Development, 2008This extensive resource provides guidance for the development of rural agricultural strategies that effectively promote gender equality and women's empowerment and reduce poverty. The Sourcebook is the outcome of a collaboration between the World Bank, The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD).DocumentWorld Bank Publications, 2008The toolkit for integrating gender into monitoring and evaluation has been developed to assist project task teams, borrowers and partners to recognise and address gender concerns in designing rural development sector projects. It aims to monitor progress in gender integration during implementation and to evaluate its impact in achieving overall rural well-being.DocumentMinistry of Foreign Affairs and Danida, Denmark, 2008This guide aims to provide useful context on gender equality as a priority of Danish development assistance. It offers strategic directions and presents good examples of how gender programming can achieve results on the ground. Divided into six sections, it provides a quick introduction to gender mainstreaming, an overview of lessons learnt, challenges and opportunities.DocumentSocioeconomic And Gender Analysis Programme, FAO, 2005This pocket guide aims to assist extension and other community-based workers to understand the management of resources within and between rural households. It has been developed to assist people in applying a participatory and gender- responsive approach in their planning with and service to rural women and men.DocumentFinance and Development, IMF, 1998Purpose of the guide is to support participatory planning of irrigation schemes and the integration of socioeconomic and gender issues in the planning process. The ultimate aim is to improve irrigation scheme performance, while strengthening the position of rural women and disadvantaged groups.DocumentGendernet, World Bank, 1999Designed to provide tools and know-how to Bank Task Managers in integrating gender issues into their work. They should also be of use to development practitioners outside the Bank. They contain ready-to-use material, including a range of tools for gender analysis and practical “how-to” strategies collected from program and project experience around the world.