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In recent times, the role of women farmers has been dramatically emphasized to speed up the diffusion of agricultural innovations. Besides, it has been observed that extension programs implemented through collectivized and non-collectivized women farmers show differential adoption rates. Technological interventions...

The CGIAR Gender Equality Initiative aims to bundle socio-technical innovations with women at the center to empower and build their resilience against...

Participatory approaches, such as user testing, to assess the effectiveness of information pathways provide insider knowledge about the dynamics of the...

The gender gap in access to inputs has affected productivity in agriculture for the longest time and has proven to be a formidable barrier for women farmers....

Climate change compromises gender equality. Gender inequalities and structural constraints to equality in society tend to exacerbate negative impacts by...

While most breeding efforts are focused on producing improved rice varieties, farmers in sub-Saharan Africa continue to use old varieties that are susceptible...

Joint decision-making is gaining significant traction in literature. To this end, studies investigating the adoption of technologies focusing on male decision-makers...

Digital tools have the potential to revolutionize modern agriculture through precise nutrient management practices that improve fertilizer-use efficiency...

Women in Ghana have been found to adopt high-yielding varieties and improved management systems at lower rates than men. There is an urgent need for women...

Gender disparity manifests in various ways, one of those being giving women limited access to knowledge and skills development. This is one of the reasons...