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Gender situational analysis of the Barotse Floodplain
Zambia's rivers, lakes and wetlands support extensive agriculture, fisheries and livestock production and contribute to the livelihoods of about 3 million people or 25% of the country's population. These aquatic agricultural ...
Collaborative effort to operationalize the gender transformative approach in the Barotse Floodplain
The gender transformative approach (GTA) being pursued by the CGIAR Research Program on Aquatic Agricultural Systems (AAS) seeks to address the causes and consequences of gender inequalities. Aquatic agricultural systems ...
Gender-transformative approaches to address inequalities in food, nutrition and economic outcomes in aquatic agricultural systems
Type: Working Paper
Over the past few decades, scholars and practitioners working on gender and development issues have advocated for more in-depth analyses that explore and foster change in the social institutions that create and perpetuate ...
Exploring the intricate relationship between poverty, gender inequality and rural masculinity: A Case study from an Aquatic Agricultural System in Zambia
Type: Journal Article
Many Zambians rely on wetlands, lakes, and rivers for their livelihoods. Social norms and power relations restrict access to natural resources provided by these aquatic agricultural systems for certain social groups, thus ...