The power of ideas: New ways of thinking about gender can improve development outcomes
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The power of ideas: New ways of thinking about gender can improve development outcomes

What does it mean to take gender seriously in development—and specifically in agriculture and livestock development? How can the international community promote economic development in ways that are both culturally sensitive and substantively equitable? What kinds of power are available to women in various cultural and economic contexts and how can these be reinforced? Continue reading

Celebrating the ‘WILD’ (‘Women In Livestock Development’) at ILRI on International Women’s Day—Video
Film and Video / Gender / ILRIComms / Spotlight / Women

Celebrating the ‘WILD’ (‘Women In Livestock Development’) at ILRI on International Women’s Day—Video

Check out this video short highlighting women working at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) for ‘better lives through livestock’ and key facts about the central importance of women in sustainable and equitable livestock development across the developing world. Continue reading

On this International Women’s Day 2020, ILRI commits to strengthening women’s rights in livestock systems and enterprises
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On this International Women’s Day 2020, ILRI commits to strengthening women’s rights in livestock systems and enterprises

Achieving gender equality is vital to achieving sustainable, productive and climate-resilient food systems, says Nicoline de Haan, the acting coordinator of the CGIAR GENDER platform. Continue reading

‘Alt meats’ are not the answer for poorer countries
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‘Alt meats’ are not the answer for poorer countries

Rather than trying to replace all of the world’s meat, milk and eggs with alternatives, we should be improving husbandry systems and protecting these living assets for the most vulnerable. Continue reading

One question, two answers: What happens when different methodologies produce different results?
Africa / Agriculture / Gender / Opinion Piece / Tanzania

One question, two answers: What happens when different methodologies produce different results?

The case of women’s empowerment, food security and nutrition of pastoral communities in Tanzania By Alessandra Galiè, senior gender scientist, ILRI In our research on livestock for better livelihoods we often argue for mixed-method approaches: Combining quantitative and qualitative research methodologies will, we think, enhance the quality of our research and the validity of our findings. … Continue reading