CGIAR Gender

CGIAR Collaborative Platform for Gender Research

Good practices

This space documents good practices via current knowledge, resources and related communities across CGIAR that are working towards better integrating gender across their research activities.

Blog posts

Bioversity International’s gender research fellowship programme

The overarching goal of Bioversity International’s Gender Research Fellowship Programme was to strengthen the capacity of researchers to conduct participatory gender-responsive research in the field of forest genetic resource use and management. The knowledge generated was intended to contribute to developing conservation and management guidelines that are more equitable and effective in their outcomes. The success of the Programme was…

On gender and plant breeding

Addressing gender differentiated preferences in development oriented research like plant breeding is vital for ensuring that both poor women and men can be empowered, so that they can benefit tangibly from the adoption and sustained use of CGIAR innovations, resulting in more gender-equitable distribution of food and income.

Related events

Webinar: Design elements for gender-responsive breeding

The CGIAR Research Program on Roots, Tubers and Bananas (RTB) and CGIAR Collaborative Platform for Gender Research will jointly host the webinar “Design elements for gender-responsive breeding” Thursday 21 September from 4.00 – 5.30PM CEST. Register for the webinar here.

Countdown to ANH Academy Week 2017: Learning Lab on Measuring Women’s Empowerment

The Agriculture, Nutrition & Health (ANH) Academy in partnership with the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Nutrition will jointly host the 2nd Agriculture, Nutrition and Health (ANH) Academy week and the 5th Annual Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Nutrition (Nutrition Innovation Lab) Agriculture-Nutrition Scientific Symposium on 9-13 July 2017 in Kathmandu, Nepal. The ANH Academy and the Nutrition…

Webinar: Gender, climate change and agriculture

CAAFS and the Gender Platform co-hosted the webinar “Gender, climate change and agriculture” Thursday June 15. Click here to access the webinar recording and download the presentations.