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Milena Pirolli posted Information 13 September 2017

The Unit C1 dealing with rural development, food security and nutrition in the Directorate General for International Cooperation and Development  published its guide: Because Women Matter - Designing interventions in food, nutrition and agriculture that allow women to change their lives.

Women in Nigeria
In Nigeria, addressing the question of gender equality and gender issues requires long-term structured engagement. A sense of ownership of the process to implementers and beneficiaries can help drive this process and create a sustainable culture shift.
Maria Ketting DEVCO-C1 posted Information 14 November 2017

The discourse around gender transformation in development has been growing in recent years.

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Organised byEU, German Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland

Land rights are crucial for women’s social and economic empowerment, as well as for household food security, the fight against poverty and the growth of the rural economy. Despite this, women’s rights to access, use and control land are often restricted and/or denied due

Milena Pirolli uploaded a new Document 13 September 2017

The Unit C1 dealing with rural development, food security and nutrition in the Directorate General for Cooperation and Development  published its guide: Because Women Matter - Designing interventions in food, nutrition and agriculture that allow women to change their lives.

Maria Ketting DEVCO-C1 posted Information 18 May 2018

The EU Commission remains dedicated to implement the objectives of the Gender Action Plan 2016-2020 and, in September 2017, DEVCO Unit C1 published a guidance note -

Maria Ketting DEVCO-C1 uploaded a new Document 13 September 2017

Designing interventions in food, nutrition and agriculture that allow women to change their lives

Olimpia Orlandoni created a new WIKI page 4 July 2017

The social analysis helps answering the two framing questions: