Gender Research and Integrated Training aims to strengthen the quality of research by bridging biophysical science and social science, including gender theory.
Explore how Feed the Future works at different levels — vulnerable households and local businesses — to improve incomes, nutrition, resilience, market connections and women’s empowerment.
Nov 11, 2017
In 2012 and 2013, USAID’s Bureau for Food Security launched six Innovation in Gender Equality grants to encourage innovative practices for gender-equitable agriculture. Two IGE projects took on the challenge to create new approaches to reducing women’s workloads in rural Tanzania.
This November, Agrilinks is diving headfirst into this critical, complex topic and helping unpack the multilayered issues around gender in agricultural systems in conjunction with USAID’s team of gender experts.