SUMMARY: Provide support to qualitative research and gender analysis for several research projects in PHND and to IFPRI’s Gender Task Force To read the full job description and apply, click here. TITLE: SENIOR RESEARCH ASSISTANT/RESEARCH ANALYST LOCATION: WASHINGTON, DC DIVISION: POVERTY, HEALTH, AND NUTRITION REPORTS TO: AGNES QUISUMBING, PHND POSTING DATE: MARCH >> Read more
JOB OPPORTUNITY: IFPRI Senior Research Assistant/Research Analyst with Agriculture for Nutrition and Health (A4NH)
Summary: Support evaluation & learning, and integration of gender, equity and empowerment research. To apply, please visit www.ifpri.org, click on “Jobs” and then click on “Other Positions” to link you to Position #17-102 –Senior Research Assistant/Research Analyst, A4NH. IFPRI VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT: >> Read more
The Journal of Gender, Technology, and Development has a special issue on gender, climate change, and agriculture, with articles free for download! Articles touch on ICT, cookstoves, climate smart agriculture, micro-insurance, and more.
Conflict affects men and women, boys, and girls differently – understanding these dynamics is central to effective conflict-sensitive programming. From September-December 2016, Peace Exchange, a USAID-funded community of practice hosted on DME for Peace, will be launching a campaign focused on Gender and Conflict issues. Throughout the campaign, Peace Exchange will be organizing webinars, sharing >> Read more
Gender in Emergencies Coordinator (Operations) The CARE International Gender in Emergencies Coordinator (Operations) leads on integration of gender into operational aspects of CARE’s humanitarian work and acts as a coordination point to mainstream best practices and standards for gender equality in emergencies. The position maintains close coordination with staff in the CARE Emergency Group (CEG), >> Read more
Global Knowledge Partnership on Migration and Development (KNOMAD) and Development Indicators Group (DECIG) cordially invite you to a seminar Understanding Women and Migration: A Literature Review Tuesday, February 9, 2016 12:30 – 2:00 PM Venue: MC C1-100 Speaker: Anjali Fleury, Consultant, World Bank Group Chairs: Benedicte de la Briere, Lead Economist, Gender, World Bank Group David W. Yang, Deputy Assistant Administrator, USAID Discussants: >> Read more
The International Water Management Institute has published a call for papers for a panel session on “Migration, gender and agrarian change in the Global South” at the Royal Geographical Society (RGS) conference from August 31st to September 2nd in London. Abstract: There are an estimated 214 million international labour migrants and 740 million internal labour migrants worldwide. The >> Read more