Increasing Ghanaian Women and Youth’s Participation and Benefit from Agriculture, Fisheries, and Nutrition-Sensitive Programming
The Advancing Women’s Empowerment (AWE) program is pleased to share the “Ghana Women’s Empowerment to Food Security and Youth Assessment” developed for USAID/Ghana in 2019.
The report identifies and prioritizes behaviors that hinder women’s and youth’s engagement and empowerment in food security, agriculture, and nutrition-sensitive programming. The assessment used a literature review and primary data collection to explore the roles, responsibilities, and dynamics in households and communities that prevent youth, men, and women from participating in activities and behaviors necessary for household food security, increased productivity, and individual empowerment.
Explore the report for findings and recommendations on increasing Ghanaian women and youth’s participation and benefit from agriculture, fisheries and nutrition-sensitive programming.