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Decision and Policy Analysis Research Area – DAPA

Nicaragua

Integrando perspectiva de género en Agricultura Específica por Sitio (AEPS). El caso de Nicaragua

Con el interés que el proyecto "Sistemas de gestión climática específica por sitio" llegue efectivamente a la diversidad de productores de manera equi Read more...

Rural Women Day: an invite to celebrate rural feminism

October 15th is the UN-declared International Day of Rural Women, an invitation to celebrate women and a reminder about the importance of rural feminism. Read more...

Using online information system to analyze asset portfolios of rural women

For integrated and equitable territorial development, both women and men need to become active agents and manage their partnership for positive change Read more...

Participatory communication and learning with partner organizations

For local partners and organizations working in conditions of vulnerability and uncertainty with rural farm families in  Central America and the Carib Read more...

Promoting Sustainable Food Systems by Researching Informal Markets in Nicaragua and Honduras

By Francesca Larosa & Marco Vásquez How are agricultural informal market systems working? What is the effect of the system on poor urban consumers Read more...

Public Policy Analysis with a Gender Lens: The case of a high-profile program in Nicaragua

With support and funding from the Capacity Development unit of the CGIAR Research Program on Integrated Systems for the Humid Tropics (Humidtropics), Read more...

Participatory development of common certification codes and practices for small coffee growing farm households

The landscape of sustainable coffee is going through a rapid transformation from a niche market to a fully recognized strategic business management to Read more...

Public policies and their influence on rural women’s agency

The phenomenon of single women and female heads of household is widespread in the Nicaraguan countryside. It is estimated that 34% of rural households Read more...

Crítica Constructiva: Miembros de la Alianza de Aprendizaje participaron en un Taller de escritura.

En la semana del doce al quince de agosto, el Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical (CIAT) dirigió la tercera entrega de una serie de talleres Read more...

Constructive Criticism: Learning Alliance Members Engage in Participatory Writing Workshop

From August 12 to 15, CIAT lead the third installment in a series of regional Learning Alliance workshops in Estelí, Nicaragua. At this particular mee Read more...

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