One Voice

Harmonizing Nutrition Messages for Zambian Households Naomi has three children under five. Now 20 years old, Naomi started her family while other girls her age were starting secondary school. While living with her children and their father in rural Zambia, Naomi participates in several nutrition, agriculture, and women’s empowerment projects that target young families like[…]

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[…]

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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,[…]

Zambia –  INGENAES works with students, local organizations to pilot technology assessments

Do agricultural technologies save time for female or male farmers? Do they increase crop yields, and who benefits? Do men and women have equal access to the technologies? These are some of the questions the INGENAES team began exploring last month through interviews with extension officers, project managers, and male and female farmers in several rural[…]