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Empowering Farmers for Effective Participation in Decision-Making

Siegfried Debrah

Empowering Farmers for Effective Participation in Decision-Making

by Siegfried Debrah

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Published by Ifdc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industries - General,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Africa,
  • Cooperative societies,
  • Farmers,
  • Political activity,
  • Societies, etc,
  • Business/Economics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11219705M
    ISBN 100880901349
    ISBN 109780880901345
    OCLC/WorldCa49610959

      In alone, male farmers were paid ₱ more than women farmers. The trend is consistent: the pay gap reflects a difference of ₱ in , ₱ in , and ₱ in 4 Governance is the process of decision-making and the process by which decisions are implemented. The characteristics of good governance include that it is “participatory, consensus oriented, accountable, transparent, responsive, effective and efficient, equitable and inclusive and follows the rule of law” (What isFile Size: 4MB.

    norms that restrict effective, rational planning by men and women farmers and other actors. 1 Combining strategies for change is vital. The World Bank-sponsored Women in Development (WID) project in the Gambia in the s2 taught us that empowering women through targeted projects does not mean that their new-won capacity will ripple out into. MEDA is an international economic development organization whose mission is to create business solutions to poverty.

      The impact of participation on productivity, resource conservation and commitment of local groups was significant; yields were between % greater, water use was more efficient, farmers. In recent years, social farming has developed into an opportunity for income diversification in the South Tyrolean agricultural sector. In the northern Italian province, predominantly women farmers implement the provision of social services on farms. Starting from rural gender studies and women empowerment-literature, we hypothesize that social farming promotes the empowerment of the involved Author: Verena Gramm, Cristina Dalla Torre, Andrea Membretti.


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Book: Empowering farmers for effective participation in decision-making pp pp. ref Abstract: This report reviews the issue of farmer empowerment empowerment Subject Category: MiscellaneousCited by: 7. Introduction. Women’s participation in development and leadership is not an imposition of our times.

It is as old as creation itself. In the biblical accounts of creation (Gen ), the command of God to steward the earth is given to both women and men, meaning that they are both to take leadership in overseeing the wellbeing of the population in their care. the active participation of rural people and other stakeholders in decision-making.5 For more than 40 years, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has been promoting communication for development as a key component of agricultural and rural development policies and projects.

Given the pressing global developmentFile Size: 3MB. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Ifdc books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. This paper will analyse farmer participation and involvement in FBOs and the challenges faced by FBOs.

Using a random sampling technique, data were collected from farmers from six constituencies in the Oshikoto region. The findings showed that only 65 out of respondents belonged to an FBO. This study used mixed methods to analyse women farmers’ participation in four stages of the agricultural research process – design, testing, dissemination, monitoring and evaluation.

Home» Resources» Agriculture, Environment and Natural Resource Management» Organisations, Projects and Aid» Approach» Resources Resources Show downloadable documents only (24) Apply Show downloadable documents only filter. an effective instrument of social and economic development.

The micro finance is agenda for empowering poor women. Micro enterprises are an integral part of planned strategy for securing balanced development of the economy of the poor women.

Rural women’s participation in agro-based activities is much more than what statistics reveal. The main variable for this study was the SSCA reform. Various methods were used to improve the welfare of residents and communities, including parallel implementation of different agricultural policies and autonomous reform of the shareholding system by individual communities.

4 Given this scenario, this study made use of the question “Did your community quantify the collective assets into Author: Shuang Ma, Yuexuan Gong, Ding Li. A healthy and dynamic agricultural sector is an important foundation of rural development, generating strong linkages to other economic sectors.

Rural livelihoods are enhanced through effective participation of rural people and rural communities in the management of their own social, economic and environmental objectives by empowering people.

Empowering participatory community approaches, appear to help build trust, cultivate skills in collaborative decision-making and problem solving and in so doing, contribute to resilient water systems and communities (Anderson et al., ; Reddy, ; Iven, ; Ostrom,).

Direct and deliberate strategies to achieve gender balance Cited by: Women’s security, decision-making power, and mobility are three indicators for women’s empowerment. In India, and more so for rural and less educated women, these three indicators are significantly low. Data from the NFHS-3 survey on women’s decision-making power showsFile Size: KB.

V Empowering Volunteers To Report Corruption 37 V Ifate An Ict Tool To Change The Trend On Reporting Corruption 44 V Empowering Farmers Through Social Accountability Tools To Improve Performance Contracts In The Agricultural Sector 48 V Research Projects: Tools For Effective Social Change And Evidence Based Advocacy 54 THE WAY FORWARD Low-income groups are most likely to suffer from a lack of access to basic services.

This is an important group to target and, while existing poverty mapping may help with the early stages of identification, the approach to stakeholder engagement should be developed with the support of social inclusion specialists, who are knowledgeable on the appropriate avenues of communication for each.

Emerging Agricultural Extension Approach among Local Ghanaian Farmers: Application of Paulo Frère’s Empowerment for efficient and effective farm productivity. lack of active participation by farmers has led to no or less knowledge acquisition, creativity, and invention (Freire, ).

Stakeholder engagement through empowerment: The case of coffee farmers. Chiara Civera. changing farmers’ mindset and reinforcing their interaction capabilities and participation in the decision‐making process. Developing business skills When the authors report Nestlé’s efforts in empowering smallholder farmers through a series Cited by: 9.

Other Institutions of Participatory Development. decentralization decision-making decisions development activities Development Committee development in Zimbabwe development planning development process development programmes development projects discussed district level economic effective enable ensure Esman factors farmers Finance.

Like many studies regarding participation and decision-making processes in CFUGs tends to be captured by wealthier and upper caste men (Tiwari ; Lama, et al. ; Maskey et al. Gauli and Rishi () state that the level of participation in decision-making of lower castes women was low compared to middle and upper castes and men.

emphasized three basic themes in the field of youth: participation, development and peace. Young people in all parts of the world, living in countries at different stages of development and in different socio-economic settings, aspire to full participation in the life of society.

Achieving Gender Equality, Women’s Empowerment and his book has been prepared by the Office for ECOSOC Support and Decision-making and power.assist decision-making and implementation of these steps. n) The workshop recognized the crucial importance of local markets as a source of seed for farmers, especially in difficult times.

Analysis of market functioning should be a key component of needs assessments. Interventions should seek to strengthen such markets and not undermine them.THE GENDER EQUALITY INDEX The structure of the Gender Equality Index is shown in Figure The Index measures gender equality across three dimensions, and each dimension draws on a series of indicators.

Countries are scored in each of the three dimensions, and overall, on a scale from 0 towith representing perfect gender Size: 1MB.