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GRIT 2016 Participants

Farmers, farm women or farmers’ wives?

As we move forward, and explore the role of women and their identity in the context of agriculture, it is critical to move away from identifying them as simply farm women, or farmers’ wives (except in a situation where it is indeed the case) but more so as farmers given their significant contributions to agriculture.

Featuring collaborative gender research across CGIAR

Research and lessons learned from a collaboration between the CGIAR Research Programs on Roots, Tubers and Bananas (RTB), and Policies, Institutions and Markets (PIM) to produce gender-sensitive tools to make value chain interventions more gender responsive have been shared during a training workshop for CGIAR gender research experts.

Brian Chiputwa

Brian received his PhD in Agricultural Economics and Rural Development from the University of Goettingen in Germany. He holds a Masters degree in Applied Agricultural Economics from the University of Georgia, USA, as well as a BSc and MSc in Agricultural Economics and Extension from the University of Zimbabwe. He is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Research Methods Group…

Esther Njuguna-Mungai

Esther Njuguna-Mungai is a social scientist, currently working as a Gender Specialist for the CGIAR Research Program on Grain Legumes. She is based at the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) in Nairobi. She had been working with smallholder farmers, especially women since 1996.

Tania Carolina Camacho Villa

Carolina Camacho Villa has a multidisciplinary background in Agronomy, Genetic Resources Conservation and Utilization, as well as a Sociology of Rural Development. She has been studying topics such as traditional farming systems and technological changes on agriculture. Currently, she is a Postdoctoral research fellow at the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center in Mexico, working on issues related to agricultural…

CGIAR Gender Postdoctoral Fellows

A space to reflect

During these weeks of training we experienced a recurring theme, or rather tension which gender research is caught amidst. When our task is to bring evidence for the need of contextualizing gender relations, highlighting complexity and diversity of power relations and moving beyond the discussion of “the gender gap”, shall and can we ensure scalability and wider impact?

Towards a comprehensive understanding of changing gender roles

“Changing gender roles and responsibilities,” is an important topic of discussion in the world of agricultural research for development today. This is most often owing to the fact that males in India are often perceived as being more outgoing than females, or the simple fact that in most instances men have better access to information, resources, etc. than women. While…

Lemlem Behailu

Lemlem Aregu Behailu is a postdoctoral fellow for gender research at WorldFish, a CGIAR Research, and based in Myanmar office. She works with the gender and research program for Livelihoods and Food Security Trust Fund (LIFT) initiatives in Myanmar and Livestock and Fish (L&F) in Bangladesh. She also leads the CGIAR Global Gender Study (GENNOVATE) analysis of the Bangladesh gender…

Nozomi Kawarazuka

Nozomi is a CGIAR Gender Postdoctoral Fellow, who works with both the International Potato Center (CIP) and the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT). Based in Hanoi, Vietnam, she works for the CGIAR Research Program on Roots, Tubers and Bananas (RTB), which is led by the International Potato Center (CIP). She is a qualitative researcher focusing on understanding gender relations…

Krista Isaacs

My research interests combine crop ecology, human nutrition, gender, and participatory research in order to co-create sustainable agricultural systems with smallholder farmers. Smallholder farmers approach their livelihood strategies from a holistic and complex perspective and in order to co-create resilient systems – we must communicate and collaborate across knowledge systems. From a research perspective, this requires adaptive trans-disciplinary approaches and…

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