Women's Economic Empowerment in Agriculture Knowledge Hub

Women's Economic Empowerment in Agriculture Knowledge Hub

Oxfam learning resources

Overview leaflets

 

Case Studies

  • Leveraging for change: advocating for a universal agricultural insurance scheme in Bolivia
  • Functional Adult Literacy in Ethiopia
  • The 'Lead-Firm' Model in Tanzania
  • Women's Collective Action in the Honey Sector in Ethiopia
  • Women's Collective Action in the Shea Sector in Mali

  • Women’s Collective Action in the Vegetable Sector in Tanzania

 

Information materials

  • GEM Toolkit
  • Blogging guidelines for Grow. Sell. Thrive.
  • Rough guide for designing programmes for WEL in Agricultural Product Markets
  • Gender Action Learning System (GALS)

Guides and Manuals

  • Transformative Leadership for Women’s Rights: An Oxfam guide

 

Market Maps

  • Template
  • Examples

 

GEM Webinar Series

  • GEM webinar series
  • Women’s Economic Leadership (WEL) presentations

 

Care Resources

  • Rapid Care Analysis (RCA)
  • RCA reports

Social Norms

  • Social Norms Diagnostic Tool
  • Social Norms Diagnostic Tool pilot, Bangladesh report

Making the Food System Work for Women debate

 

 

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Overview leaflets

  • WEE Resource Guide - aims to link to the best resources, tools and evidence of what works on Women's Economic Empowerment to support improved WEE programming and gender mainstreaming.

 

Case Studies

 

Information materials

  • The GEM Toolkit is designed to enable Oxfam staff and partners to plan and develop GEM programmes. It is comprised of an introduction and 7 steps - Farm System Analysis,  Household System Analysis, Market Analysis, Gendered Market Mapping, Decide the Vision, and Finalise Project. The toolkit is now public but still being finalised. Contact Alastair Stewart for information.The GEM Toolkit Group provides a space for  people who are using the toolkit to share experiences and give feedback..

  • Gender Action Learning System (GALS) - OXFAM NOVIB's WEMAN programme has developed the Gender Action Learning System (GALS) tool, which has been adapted from the generic Participatory Learning Action System (PALS). GALS prioritises gender justice and provides useful tools and frameworks for gender-based analysis.

Guides and Manuals

 

Market Maps

Download market map template.

 

Download examples of market maps:

 

Care Resources

Resources to help address unpaid care work in your livelihoods programmes:

 

Social Norms

Making the Food System Work for Women debate

Making the Food System Work for Women was a global online policy discussion forum, intended to reframe the discourse on food security from the perspective of women’s rights and women’s agency. The discussion sought to generate bold proposals for building a collective agenda to advance gender justice within the food system.

 

The discussion was structured around essays from leading thinkers on women’s rights and food justice, and the debate continues in the comments below.  

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