Entry points for enabling gender equality in agricultural and environmental innovation
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Petesch, P.; Badstue, L.; Prain, G.; Elias, M.; Tegbaru, A. (2017) Entry points for enabling gender equality in agricultural and environmental innovation. GENNOVATE resources for scientists and research teams. CDMX, Mexico: CIMMYT, 10 p.
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Men and women on average report growing power and freedom to shape their lives as well as declining poverty in their villages across the 137 GENNOVATE village-level case studies. Wider forces in the macro environments as well as improvements in rural livelihoods due to agricultural innovation contribute importantly to these promising trends. Yet, beneath these broad patterns, the GENNOVATE data show strong differences in how men and women – and their communities – experience and benefit from innovation processes. The research communities experiencing more inclusive innovation processes and rapid poverty reduction offer valuable lessons on which agricultural research and development (R&D) can build.