New Extensionist Nutrition Module is Out!

Module on Nutrition as Part of the New Extensionist Learning Kit Every country on the earth is affected by poor nutrition and the results of poor nutrition affect most families. What can agricultural extension professionals do to support better nutrition? And what might be unrealistic to expect of extension? By completing this training, you will have the[…]

What role can EAS play in realizing gender equality and improved nutrition?

Content taken from the Food and Agriculture Organizations of the UN The Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition presents the summary of the online discussion, What role can Agricultural Extension and Advisory Services play in realizing gender equality and improved nutrition? which was held on the FAO Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition (FSN Forum)[…]

Market Connections

How Evaluation Builds Stronger Households in Rural Bangladesh Recently, the World Bank reported that agricultural growth and development have contributed to reducing poverty in Bangladesh from 48.9 percent in 2000 to 31.5 percent in 2010. However, high levels of malnutrition remain prevalent in children and women in rural Bangladesh despite considerable reductions in poverty. Many[…]

Bangladesh Workshop Summaries

Report: Addressing Gender Issues Agricultural Value Chains Report: Addressing Gender Issues in Technology Design, Use, and Dissemination Six months ago, the Integrating Gender and Nutrition within Agricultural Extension Services facilitated two workshops in Bangladesh. “Addressing Gender Issues in Technology Design, Use, and Dissemination” held in Mymensingh, Bangladesh from May 8 – 12, and “Addressing Gender Issues[…]

September Updates

Check out the September newsletter online! We are eager to share updates on integrating gender and nutrition into extension! This edition includes stories from Uganda, Zambia, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sierra Leone, Tajikistan, and Honduras. We are eager to share updates on integrating gender and nutrition into extension! This edition includes stories from Uganda, Zambia, Nepal, Sierra[…]

Nepali Marketplace

Country Newsletter: Nepal in June 2016

View the Nepal June 2016 Stylized Newsletter in PDF In this issue: p.1 – Upcoming Organizational Capacity-Building Workshops p.2 – Integrating Gender and Nutrition into Practice p.2 – Updates from Cultural Practice, LLC p.3 – Introducing INGENAES/Nepal’s in-country coordinator p.3 – TOT Workshops p.3 – INGENAES/Nepal Contacts Upcoming Organizational Capacity-Building Workshops INGENAES implementing partners (Suahaara, Kisan, Heifer,[…]

More Knowledge Needed? Success Factors in Working with Farmer Groups

More Knowledge Needed? Success Factors in Working with Farmer Groups originally appears on the Agrilinks blog written by Laura Ostenso In May, Agrilinks featured experts and members’ experience working with farmer groups and cooperatives (check out the May Ask Ag Online Chat and Ag Sector Council Seminar). Ultimately, the importance and need for high quality, comprehensive evidence about what[…]

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Zambia Updates April 2016

Zambia April 2016 Stylized Newsletter in PDF INGENAES ZAMBIA UPDATES – APRIL 2016 INGENAES stands for Integrating Gender and Nutrition within Agricultural Extension Services. We aim to assist partners in Feed the Future countries to build more gender-responsive and nutrition- sensitive extension approaches and tools to improve agricultural livelihoods for women and men and enhance[…]

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Zambia Updates January 2016

Zambia January 2016 Newsletter in PDF INGENAES ZAMBIA: JANUARY NEWSLETTER This is the second edition of the quarterly newsletter for the INGENAES Zambia program. ZAFAAS EXTENSION ORGANIZATION LAUNCHED As of January 15, ZAFAAS, Zambia Forum for Agriculture Extension and Advisory Services (ZAFAAS), the country-level affiliate of the Global (GFRAS) and Southern Africa (SAFAAS) extension forums,[…]