Peace Corps Volunteers all over the world face different hurdles and milestones once they are assigned to a country. Black In Ghana, captures some of the experiences that Peace Corps Volunteers of color face while living in Ghana.

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 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 quick summary provides the diversity and inclusion framework used by Peace Corps/Dominican Republic.

A conceptual map illustrating how intercultural competence, diversity, and inclusion functions as a framework at Peace Corps/Dominican Republic.

This website provides a brief history of the island of Hispaniola, now referred to as the Dominican Republic. Peace Corps Trainees and Peace Corps Volunteers may find this site useful in learning more about the history and culture of the Dominican Republic.

The Index is a significant innovation in its field and aims to increase understanding of the connections between women’s empowerment, food security, and agricultural growth. It measures the roles and extent of women’s engagement in the agriculture sector.

This is an infographic on how Peace Corps promotes gender in food security.

Using the agricultural sector strategies and gender policies of the three partner organizations, the Sourcebook addresses the agricultural livelihoods in specific investment or programmatic areas of TFhe World Bank, The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), and The International Fund for Agriculture Development (IFAD).

This In Brief argues that tackling gender injustice and truly empowering women is not only a fundamental prerequisite for improving food and nutrition security.

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