Success Stories

Since INGENAES activities began in 2015, we have seen exciting achievements in empowering and engaging women and men smallholder farmers. The many, diverse successes came out of building robust gender-responsive and nutrition-sensitive institutions, strengthening existing programs and projects to assess and respond to the needs of both male and female farmers, identifying proven mechanisms for providing improved EAS to female farmers, and promoting effective tools and approaches. Click below to read success stories centered around the hub of gender, nutrition, and agricultural development.

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GARDEN GAINS

Uganda Farmer Based Organizations Incorporate Gender and Nutrition within Business Enterprises

CHANGE MAKERS IN BANGLADESH

Harnessing the Leadership, Creativity, and Passion of Young People

FARMER TOOL BANKS

Farmer Groups Value Sharing and Investing in their Own Tools

WHAT'S ON YOUR PLATE?

Empowering Bangladeshi Researchers through Innovative Methods

GROWING TO LEAD

Sierra Leonean Youth Tackle Gender Gaps in Agriculture

FISH FEED FOR BETTER OUTCOMES

New Fish Feed Technology Changes Production in Sierra Leone

MARKET CONNECTIONS

How Evaluation Builds Stronger Households in Rural Bangladesh

BEYOND THE TRAINING

Extensionists Adapt Gender and Nutrition Training to Fieldwork

ONE VOICE

Harmonizing Nutrition Messages for Zambian Households

CHANGE MAKERS

Tackling Machismo in Honduras through New Perspectives

A DIFFERENT STRATEGY

Integrating Gender and Nutrition within Zambia's National EAS

EQUIPPED FOR THE FUTURE

Young Professionals on Board to Support Nutrition Security

TIME TO RISE

Young Professionals in Nepal Rise Up as the Next Leaders in Agriculture