Faltering fisheries and ascendant aquaculture: Implications for food and nutrition security in Bangladesh by Ben Beltona, Imke Josepha Mariana van Asseldonkb, and Shakuntala Haraksingh Thilsted From ScienceDirect journal (doi: 10.1016/j.foodpol.2013.11.003)
Gender concepts and terminology have changed over time. This Glossary of Terms Relating to Gender is intended to complement publictions and resources relating to gender and agricultural extension. Th definitions are adapted and revised from a number of sources and represent current usage.
In this newsletter: Zambia kickoff, glossary of terms related to gender, Bangladesh mentor program information, and related activities from collaborators and connections.
By Kathleen E. Colverson, University of Florida The analysis and incorporation of gender issues is rarely included in extension work. Yet, women are the primary agricultural labor force throughout the world and perform agricultural tasks with fewer resources, less access to technology and the added responsibility of child and family oversight. The vast majority[…]
January 26-February 13, 2015 INGENAES kick-off work began in Bangladesh in late January with an interdisciplinary team from the consortium (Andrea Bohn, Dee Rubin, Kathy Colverson, Nikki Grey Rutamu and Maria Jones). Prior to the trip the team worked closely with the USAID Mission in Dhaka to identify possible stakeholders who might benefit from collaborating with[…]