CGIAR Gender

GRIT workshop 2016

Workshop participants gather at the end of the first week of the GRIT Workshop at Penn State, USA. Photo: CGIAR Gender and Agriculture Research Network.
Workshop participants gather at the end of the first week of the GRIT Workshop at Penn State, USA. Photo: CGIAR Gender and Agriculture Research Network.

This space contains resources and information related to the Gender Research & Integrated Training Workshop held at Penn State University from June 7-24,2016. To add/request related resources please contact Martina Mascarenhas, m.mascarenhas (at) cgiar.org

Presentations:

Gender, Agriculture and Environment Initiative Symposium (June 6)

(1) Gender and the Impact Pathway of Agricultural Research and Development: Research Needs and Strategies, Jacqui Ashby, CGIAR Consortium Office

(2) Keynote: From “Zombie Facts” to Evidence, Ruth Meinzen-Dick (IFPRI)
GRIT workshop participants, together with Penn State Faculty.
Pictured here at Week 2. GRIT workshop participants, together with Penn State Faculty.
Participants (see complete list below)

Agenda (Download here)

Participants

Tatiana Gumucio

Tatiana Gumucio is a Gender Postdoctoral Fellow in the Decision and Policy Analysis research area at the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) based in Cali, Colombia. She is also the CIAT gender focal point in the Gender Integration Team of the CGIAR Research Program on Forests, Trees and Agroforestry (FTA). At CIAT she has been involved in developing stakeholder…

Stephanie Leder

Stephanie Leder is a postdoctoral fellow for gender and poverty at the International Water Management Institute (IWMI), based in Nepal. She conducts research on gendered relations regarding access to and control over water resources in Nepal, India and Bangladesh within the CGIAR research program Water, Land and Ecosystems (WLE). She is interested in social and ecological transformations in relation to…

Mary Njenga

Dr. Mary Njenga is a postdoctoral fellow in Bioenergy at the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), based in Nairobi, Kenya. As an ICRAF staff member she supports the bioenergy theme in relation to environment, food and nutrition security and health, in agroforestry R&D projects. She is also a visiting lecturer with the Wangari Maathai Institute for Peace and Environmental Studies at…

Anna Muller

Since September 2015, Dr. Anna Muller has been postdoctoral fellow with Bioversity International in Costa Rica conducting research on how to improve data use for public decision makers. In Guatemala, she is leading a research project which looks at how to improve a Food Insecurity Early Warning System, whilst in Costa Rica, she is collaborating on a project with the…

Sujata Ganguly

Dr. Sujata Ganguly’s professional career to be associated in the multidisciplinary fields of research and programmatic involvement with the communities in areas like gender, health, agriculture etc. Her PhD dissertation focused on ‘Husbands’ Out-migration and Negotiated Role of Left-behind Wives: A Study of Rural Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh’. She is based at the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) in New Delhi,…

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