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This toolkit was developed to support mixed methods research to explore how gender dynamics is constitutive of male migration, in the context of eastern India, in line with a conceptual framework developed to address the existing gaps in literature. ...

Global chronic hunger has declined faster than hidden hunger thanks to large-scale food security programs around the world. This is a testament to the...

A recent study concluded that incentivizing farmers in general—and female farmers in particular—can serve as a potential means to adopt agricultural...

The study on the adoption of  Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA) technologies by men and women in Vietnam is necessary to understand how the different social...

A study on the impact of sustainable rice farming on rural women in Myanmar revealed that smallholder families who adopted best management practices experienced...

The Farmer Producer Company has ushered in a new era of farming practices with tangible socio-economic benefits and more, especially for the women farmers. ...

With her crop surviving nearly two weeks of submergence and recovering from an intense flood,  Mrs. Devi had every reason to smile and be proud of her...

Jagyasini Dharua’s story is one of adversity and optimism, from a struggling farmer to a leader, in a male-dominated sector ...

Access to high-quality seeds and knowledge is helping India’s women farmers find their value and their voice. ...

New investments in rice, whether boosting production or upgrades along the value chain, will have to integrate economic and noneconomic dimensions of...