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Papers/Reports | July 9, 2011

Sourcing Gender

Gender Productivity and Sustainable Sourcing Strategies

In agriculture, women constitute the majority of farmers and producers. Yet women suffer many gender-specific constraints when participating in market-based activities. This paper offers a deeper understanding of gender in the value chain.

CONTENTS

  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Women's productivity and Sustainable Sourcing Strategies
  • 3. How Do We Invest in Women?
  • 4. Recommendations
  • 5. Scorecard: Recommendations
  • Notes