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  1. Women take the lead in agricultural innovation in Peru

    "Adding value to  papitas  (potatoes) gave me the opportunity to become a 'farmer'," Nelly Escurra, a  campesina  (peasant woman) from Peru proudly explains. "I am not the 'male community member's wife' anymore. I a ...

    ldelgado - 02/25/2014 - 09:30

  2. Working conditions/Access to work Equality Index

    IFPRI Maximo.Torero Gender in value chains The objective of this index is assessing key variables that characterize access to work and working conditions. The index is based on three premises: 1) Measurement of gender gaps; 2) Easy to compute; and 3) The ...

    Lucia.Madrigal - 04/23/2014 - 12:07

  3. Duncan Index

    IFPRI Maximo.Torero Gender in value chains This tool estimates occupational/node/value chain gender segregation. It could be extended to capture hierarchical segregation by occupation, tasks (skilled-non-skilled) depending on data available. Could be exte ...

    soonho - 04/23/2014 - 12:10

  4. Can Dairy Value-Chain Projects Change Gender Norms in Rural Bangladesh? Impacts on Assets, Gender Norms, and Time Use

    This working paper assesses the USAID Strengthening Dairy Value Chains Program (SDVCP) conducted in Bangladesh from 2007-2012 from a gender perspective. Questions addressed include: Did the SDVCP increase ownership of assets by women, men, or both? What t ...

    Chris.Marciniak - 02/18/2016 - 12:42

  5. Participatory market Chain Approach

    CIP Andre.Devaux Innovation in business models Value chain analysis for the design of development interventions with rural communities Participatory market Chain Approach This tool was developed by CIP and partners to stimulate commercial, technological a ...

    soonho - 02/20/2016 - 12:14

  6. Integrating Very Poor Producers into Value Chains: Field Guide

    The Integrating Very Poor Producers into Value Chains Field Guide (Field Guide) is intended to provide the field-level practitioner with tools and applications to impact very poor households. The intended outcome of the Field Guide is to increase market e ...

    soonho - 05/20/2016 - 08:37

  7. Gender wage gap

    IFPRI Maximo.Torero Gender in value chains The objective of this tool is calculate the gender wage gap and to assess the extent to which observed gender wage gaps correspond to gaps in individuals’ demographic and job related characteristics. How differen ...

    soonho - 05/20/2016 - 09:46

  8. Time Use Analysis

    IFPRI Maximo.Torero Gender in value chains The objective of this tool is quantitatively estimate time women and men spend on diverse activities during the day, especially focusing on task performed at work. Measuring labor burden by gender could give inte ...

    Lucia.Madrigal - 05/20/2016 - 10:04

  9. Influence of gender on value chains in Tanzania

    Sara.Gustafson's blog Flickr: Martijn Munneke Agriculture makes up a pillar of Tanzania’s economy, employing around 80 percent of the country’s citizens. The agricultural sector is also dominated by women, with 84.2 percent of the country’s women emp ...

    Sara.Gustafson - 07/20/2017 - 12:27