Climate-smart options in agriculture can only be inclusive if they consider the gender-specific situations of farmers. Women farmers encounter a great deal of challenges that constrain their agricultural activities. Differing societal roles, unequal access to and control of resources, and women’s

Climate change threatens livestock production in Sub-Saharan Africa, yet rising demand for livestock products  is an opportunity for poor households who depend on livestock for their livelihood. A new project in East Africa aims to support climate-smart livestock systems based

Tanzania’s Women Parliamentarian Group came together to explore pathways for mainstreaming gender into climate adaptation planning. Article in collaboration with: CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) seeks to address the increasing challenge of global warming and

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