This seminar aims to highlight innovative methodologies in small-scale farming in Sub-Saharan Africa which have demonstrably resulted in transformations in gender relations.
The gender transformative approaches selected have resulted in both economic and social justice benefits – increased production and productivity in farming, efficient use of resources and significant shifts towards empowerment. Increased learning about transforming Gender Relations to Respond to Climate Change and transforming Gender Relations to Productive Resources (land, water)
The side event will launch a new publication ; Transforming Gender Relations in Climate Smart Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa: Some Promising Approaches
Event Summary: Gender transformative approaches to agriculture contributes to increased food production and efficient use of natural resources
(A World Water Week pass is required to attend this event; Free of charge for all visitors of the World Water Week. For more info, see www.worldwaterweek.org)