Webinar: What’s lurking in your value chain? Uncovering the hidden costs of gender-based violence in agriculture
Event Date: Oct 30, 2019
Time: 09:30 AM to 11:00 AM (GMT -4)
Location: United States
Online: Online Event
Please join Agrilinks and the Feed the Future Advancing Women’s Empowerment Program on the eve of Halloween for a webinar on gender dimensions in agriculture.
This webinar will explore the costs of gender-based violence that could be “lurking” in programs focused on agriculture and food security. Our discussion will feature a range of perspectives from project implementers, representatives from donors and the private sector.
This participation-focused event will be useful for agriculture and gender specialists alike, especially those interested in evidence-based lessons, resources, and tools for understanding and responding to gender-based violence at the project level.
We invite you to bring your questions, experiences, and ideas!
- Ghosts in the System – An overview of the visible and hidden impacts of gender-based violence
- Afraid to Ask? – A panel discussion on the costs of gender-based violence for implementing organizations, donors, and the private sector
- What Haunts You? – Moderated Q&A with participants
- Ghostbusting – Actions, resources, tools, and prospects for design, measurement, and adaptation for understanding and responding to economic violence in agriculture
Rodrigo Abed is a Technical Research Specialist with the Tanzania-NAFAKA II project at ACDI/VOCA and he is leading the development and implementation of the project’s learning agenda. Prior to joining NAFAKA, Rodrigo held... more different appointments in the public and private sector as well as in an international organization, both nationally and internationally (Germany and Italy). His work focuses on bridging the gap between research and implementing evidence-based actions at the field level to achieve sustainable rural development. A Paraguayan national, Rodrigo holds a BS in Agriculture from the National University of Asuncion and a Master’s in Agribusiness from Texas A&M University through a Fulbright scholarship. less
Krista Jacobs is the Senior Gender Advisor in USAID's Bureau for Food Security, which coordinates the US government's Feed the Future programming. She is a development economist whose work focuses on gender, food security, and... more assets. Current and recent work includes advising agricultural projects on gender integration, program evaluation, developing methods to measure women’s and men’s land and asset rights, building gender capacity of community-based programs, and building the monitoring and evaluation capacity of local civil-society organizations. Her work has focused in East and West Africa. Dr. Jacobs holds a PhD in Agricultural and Resource Economics from the University of California, Davis. less