Bioversity International uses a gender lens to support the differentiated gender-specific knowledge and priorities linked to women’s and men’s access and management of resources. Women and men have different aspirations, skills and knowledge. The following pages comprise a series of fact sheets featuring Bioversity International case studies with local NGOs and partners. These case studies illustrate successful outcomes in gender and biodiversity through the use of gender-specific research methods.
Table of contents:
- Promoting gender equality, social inclusion and biodiversity conservation in Nepal's home garden
- Participatory research to elicit gender differentiated knowledge of native fruit trees
- Implementing a national community seedbank strategy for South Africa
- Gender responsive value chain development and the conservation of native fruit trees through an inclusive learning process: a case study in Western Ghats, India
- Community seedbanking to improve the resilience of farmers: the case of Kiziba seedbank in Uganda
- Agricultural biodiversity and women's empowerment: a successful story from Kolli Hills, India