In response to the persistent inequalities of women in farming despite decades of development assistance, Team Agriculture, Forestry and Food Security at Sida Headquarters (Sweden) initiated a thematic evaluation of how gender issues are tackled in Sida-supported agricultural programs.
This strategy offers a comprehensive overview and conceptual framework for the Agency’s continued contributions to the broader food security universe, providing guidance on how to best focus our programming, training and evaluation efforts for greatest impact.
The Small Grants Example Projects tool is designed for Peace Corps Volunteers and their counterparts to inspire small grants projects by providing excellent examples of projects that were previously implemented across different regions and sectors.
This Handbook presents the "Integrating Gender Issues into Agricultural Value Chains" (INGIA-VC) approach. It was developed to bring together concepts from different technical areas in development, specifically gender, agriculture, microenterprise development, and value chains.
This fact sheet explains how climate change affects local agriculture and food security, and outlines the challenges faced because of the world's growing population and changing weather patterns. It also outlines Feed the Future's approach to increasing food security despite changing climate patterns.
This website provides a multitude of resources for running gardening programs with youth.
The Sector-Specific PACA Tool Booklet for Agriculture is a supplement to the PACA Field Guide for Volunteers.
This brief, prepared by The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) report explains the impact of climate change on the Pacific Islands in the areas of agriculture, coastal systems, ecosystems, and water.
The manual was created specifically for use in the Western Kenya Smallholder Agricultural Carbon project. This manual includes introductory modules on climate change and Sustainable Agriculture Land Management (SALM), as well as modules that describe specific SALM practices.
This paper addresses ethical questions as they relate to the mandate of The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.