Monday, January 27, 2014
ONLINE RESOURCE: Gender in Agriculture e-learning course
The 2008 Gender in Agriculture (GiA) Sourcebook, the result of a partnership between Michigan State University, the World Bank, FAO and IFAD, has been transformed into an e-learning course, composed of 17 modules ranging from primary production to natural resource management and climate change, access to markets and services. This innovative course is intended to help agriculture specialists, practitioners and the academic community to learn how to use a gender lens in their work in order to improve development outcomes and impacts. The course is free and open to anyone interested in gender-related issues within the field of agriculture and rural development.
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