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Gender highlights 2018

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Presented by Alessandra Galiè at the Mid-term Livestock Genetics Flagship Meeting, Nairobi, 18-19 September 2018

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Gender highlights 2018

  1. 1. Gender highlights 2018 Alessandra Galiè Mid-term Livestock Genetics Flagship Meeting Nairobi, 18-19 September 2018
  2. 2. Gender and breeding: overall research questions in the CRP 3. What institutional arrangements can ensure a gender-equitable outcome of genetics interventions? E.g. Organizing a breeding program; policy environment; market systems Livestock genetics interventions Gender dynamics 1. How do gender dynamics affect the relevance of livestock genetics interventions? E.g. Gender roles; species and traits preferred; access to genetic material 2. How are gender dynamics affected by the introduction of livestock genetics interventions? E.g. Changes in intra-household workload, benefit sharing, gender dynamics and why
  3. 3. Gender and breeding publications Research report (ACGG): Alemayehu T., Bruno, J., Getachew, F. and Dessie, T. 2018. Socio-economic, marketing and gender aspects of village chicken production in the tropics: A review of literature. ILRI Project Report. Nairobi, Kenya: ILRI. https://africacgg.net/2018/05/17/ethiopia-study-to-assess-empowerment- and-gender-dynamics-in-chicken-production-and-marketing/ Related blog: https://goo.gl/Pjj5jk Content: A literature review on poultry in the household economy and the constraints faced by small-holders Research question 1: How do gender dynamics affect the relevance of livestock genetics interventions?
  4. 4. Gender and breeding publications cont. Book chapter (ACGG): Ramasawmy M., Galiè A., T. Dessie 2018: ‘Poultry in Ethiopia’ in Tufan, H.A.; Grando, S. and Meola, C. (Eds.). State of the Knowledge for Gender in Breeding: Case Studies for Practitioners. Lima (Peru). CGIAR Gender and Breeding Initiative. Working Paper. No. 3. Available online at: www.rtb.cgiar.org/gender-breeding- initiative Content: On the chicken traits that women and men prefer and the reasons behind these preferences Research question 1: How do gender dynamics affect the relevance of livestock genetics interventions?
  5. 5. Gender and breeding publications cont. Journal article (AVCD) ready for submission: Kariuki J., A. Galiè and J. Ojango: ‘Does gender matter for improving small ruminant productivity?’ Content: Trait preferences women and men have about small ruminants in Kenya and why Research question 1: How do gender dynamics affect the relevance of livestock genetics interventions?
  6. 6. Gender and breeding: project proposal Proposal (linked to ACGG): ‘Women in business: chicken seed dissemination in Ethiopia and Tanzania’ – passed first round, submitted full proposal to NWO in Aug 18 Content: Women-led business models to disseminate ACGG Day Old Chicks to remote areas Research question 3: What institutional arrangements can ensure a gender-equitable outcome of genetics interventions?
  7. 7. Gender and breeding: ongoing fieldwork Ongoing field work ACGG Ethiopia and Tanzania, and draft report Nigeria Content: Local understanding of empowerment, gender dynamics and trait preferences Research questions 1 and 2: How gender dynamics affect livestock genetics interventions and how genetics interventions affect gender dynamics?
  8. 8. CGIAR Research Program on Livestock livestock.cgiar.org The CGIAR Research Program on Livestock aims to increase the productivity of productivity of livestock agri-food systems in sustainable ways, making meat, milk and eggs more available and affordable across the developing world. This presentation is licensed for use under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. The program thanks all donors and organizations which globally support its work through their contributions to the CGIAR system

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