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Kick-starting food resilience in the Philippines

Treading carefully through a brown field in the mid-day heat, a smallholder farmer in the Philippines points to a recent batch of cassava. Although th Read more...

Including Gender in Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) in the Cattle Sector in Latin American Countries

How Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) help enable men and women producers in Latin America to contribute to low emissions cattle produ Read more...

Nicaragua’s Territorial Learning Alliances: “I also have a right to decide”

The Territorial Learning Alliances are transforming farms into spaces that build innovation, gender equity and safeguard natural resources. Read more...

Rural women and climate change policy impact

CIAT and CCAFS will jointly organize a workshop on rural women and climate change policy impact on October 6th. This workshop, taking place in Bogota, 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...

Opportunity for self-sustained internship with the Gender & Climate Change team

The Gender & Climate Change team at the Decision and Policy Analysis Area (DAPA) of the International Centre for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) is seekin Read more...

Less is More: Video on the 5Q approach

The video provides an explanation on the 5Q tool, including opinions and demonstrations from the field. 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...

Busting the Gender Myths. It’s that simple

Researchers will be encouraged to undertake the challenge of collecting better data about rural women in order to bust existing myths and move beyond Read more...

Gender in National Adaptation Planning

The Colombian Roundtable on Climate Change, hosted at CIAT, concluded that it is important to include a gender equity focus in climate change policies Read more...

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