Gender and Land Statistics: new FAO info-note based on a collaborative work with PIM

Reposted from the Engendering Data blog: FAO Gender and Land team has recently published a new info-note on the linkages between Gender and Land Statistics. Land statistics disaggregated by sex are essential to highlighting the disparities in secure land rights between women and men. With that in mind, in 2014 FAO joined forced with the CGIAR Research >> Read more

New post from EnGendering Data

How sex-disaggregated land statistics can help monitor progress of the new Sustainable Development Goals For decades feminist economists and women’s rights advocates have made the case that the lack of data on women’s land rights has limited the ability to understand how this affects food security and rural poverty. However, recent developments may help us >> Read more

Why paying attention to gender matters for climate change adaptation

By Elizabeth Bryan, Patti Kristjanson, and Claudia Ringler Until recently, there has been little evidence supporting the need to focus on the gendered dimensions of agriculture and climate change. Why? Because few researchers have been talking to women in agriculture as well as men--both of whom contribute to solving the food security challenges posed by >> Read more

Online forum on collecting, analyzing, and using sex-disaggregated and gender-sensitive data in Routine Health Information Systems (RHIS)

Register here to join the kickoff webinar for the RHINO Forum on Gender & HIS on Tuesday, July 14th, 9am-10am EST. The webinar will include a short introduction to the topic and an opportunity to meet the facilitators for the week. Join the webinar by clicking here.

New post from Engendering Data blog: “Avoiding the Risk of the Unknown”

The CGIAR research program on Policies, Institutions, and Markets recently launched an exciting blog, Engendering Data, which brings in diverse expert perspectives on collecting and analyzing sex-disaggregated data to improve the knowledge base on the role of gender in agriculture and food security. In a new post, Avoiding the Risk of the Unknown, Sonia Aker, leader >> Read more

New blog: EnGendering Data

The CGIAR Research Program on Policies, Institutions, and Markets (PIM) has launched a new blog on collecting sex-disaggregated data.  Two gender researchers from PIM, Cheryl Doss, an economist at Yale University, and Caitlin Kieran, Senior Research Assistant on gender for PIM at the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), explain what they hope to accomplish by creating >> Read more