Strengthening Community Systems through a Gender Justice and Social Inclusion Framework

This session’s objective is to explore how research and program implementation contributes to systemic change towards gender equality and social inclusion. Grounded in IFPRI, World Vision, and Oxfam’s work around the world, it builds and connects applied research and actual implementation of policies and programs.


Lilian Nkengla-Asi and M. Rosario Castro Bernardini, Oxfam


  • Jacqueline Ogega, Serena Stepanovic and Saeqah Kabir, World Vision
    Gender equality and social inclusion (GESI) and Food Systems framework: Five domains and two case studies toward GESI transformation
  • Kazi Rabeya Ame, Mahmuda Sultana, Rebecca Rewald and Marc Cohen, Oxfam
    Unpaid care work, gender-responsive policies to facilitate access to income, services, and agricultural finance
  • Tasokwa Kakota Chibowa and Judith Kamoto, Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Malawi; Anthony Malunga, CARE and Suresh Babu, International Food Policy Research Institute
    Translating National Strategies into Community Level Action: Role of Gender Analysis in Titukulane – Malawi
  • Leah Payud, Oxfam
    WE-CARE Initiative’s impacts in gender norms transformation in the Philippines