“Regional symposium to scale up nutrition integration in agricultural extension”

(post originally shared on YPARD, written by Nikita Bhusal)  In 2016, I got to know about the Integrating Gender and Nutrition in Agriculture Extension (INGENAES) through the workshop: Organizational Capacity Building Training for INGEAES partner NGOs which was held on 18th-21st July 2016 at the Shangri-la Hotel, Kathmandu, Nepal. Attending this event opened YPARD Nepal’s[…]

Developing the Capacity to Do and to Not Do

Integrated programs all are the rage, and for good reason: it’s clear that real life doesn’t happen in neatly separated silos, and the causes and solutions to poverty and food insecurity are similarly interrelated. Yet it is hard to argue that integrating or mainstreaming gender and nutrition into agricultural extension services (AES) will not mean[…]