Gender awareness and gender-sensitive approaches are slowly spreading into agricultural research, extension, and policy in Ethiopia, according to industry experts.
A new publication details current gender gaps in rural mechanization in Bangladesh, and outlines plans to overcome these challenges.
A new set of resources has been released to aid agricultural researchers in integrating gender sensitivities into their research for development projects.
To celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in Science, CIMMYT asked women involved in agricultural science to share their views on what they would like to see change.
Community conversations, a human-centered approach, puts people in charge of their own development in maize-based communities in Ethiopia.
Women and youth help lead efforts to adopt climate-friendly farming and safeguard indigenous maize yields.
New research shows improved wheat raises the quality of life for men and women across rural communities in Afghanistan.
Social inequality, including gender discrimination, hinders the potential for economic development, a key focus of the agriculture for development community.
Villegas was recognized for co-developing quality protein maize.
Q+A: Women in Triticum award provides development opportunities and support networks for women in agricultureCapacity development
Margaret Krause, a doctoral candidate in Plant Breeding at Cornell University, became interested in science and nature at an early age.
Compiling gender-inclusive data could help scientists understand how to help improve nitrogen fertilizer application practices among smallholder farmers.
In a special interview to mark International Women’s Day, CIMMYT gender specialist Rahma Adam detailed how her research aims to improve the agricultural productivity of women in south and eastern Africa.