How do Agricultural Technologies Impact Gender Roles and Nutrition? INGENAES Webinar 8/24

Please join us on August 24, 2016 for a webinar on Assessing Agricultural Technologies for their Impacts on Gender Roles and Nutrition!

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Designing and disseminating technologies through Agricultural Extension Services in a gender-responsive and nutrition-sensitive way can help extend the benefits of technologies like increased productivity, income, and food availability to both men and women. Join the Integrating Gender and Nutrition within Agricultural Extension Services (INGENAES) webinar to learn about a new methodology to assess the degree to which agricultural technologies are gender-responsive and nutrition-sensitive in terms of their design, use, and dissemination. INGENAES will present the Technology Assessment approach to explain how technology developers and implementers can design agricultural technologies and distribution models to better reach men and women farmers. This discussion will draw on assessments of seven technologies in Bangladesh and Zambia.

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NOTE: The University of Illinois Tax School is sharing their AnyMeeting account with us for this webinar, so your registration confirmation will come from “U of I Tax School”.

We will send a reminder with further directions the week of the webinar.

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Date: August 24, 2016

Time: 9 am CST/10 am EST

Bangladesh: 8 pm | Nepal: 8:15 pm | Uganda: 5 pm | Zambia: 4 pm | Honduras: 8 pm

Presenters: Cristina Manfre, Senior Associate, and Cait Nordehn, Program Associate, Cultural Practice, LLC