icon icon icon icon icon icon icon

Synthesizing Evidence on Agriculture Collectives in Ghana for Gender-Transformative Food Systems

Understanding CARE’s existing learnings and evidence base relating to agricultural collectives and their ability to contribute to the SFtW framework is vitally important to understand where the evidence strengths and gaps are regarding CARE Ghana’s understanding of how well agricultural collectives promote and create gender-transformative food systems as defined by SFtW framework. This report is the outcome of a comprehensive systematic review of project/program documents to establish the evidence base in Ghana focusing on the six areas of the SFtW framework, i.e.: Women’s Empowerment; Increasing women’s access to and control of productive resources; Enabling women’s access to inclusive markets; Improving nutrition; Promoting social protection; and Multiplying the impact of agriculture through women small-scale producers.

Download (English)

Related Reports

Commission on the Status of Women (CSW68): The Value of Savings Groups to National Governments & Funders

At the 68th annual Commission on the Status of Women (CSW68), the UN’s largest annual gathering on gender equality and women’s empowerment, CARE, PEI (the World Bank’s Partnership for Economic Inclusion), the Government of Côte d’Ivoire, and the Government of Uganda brought together over 40 people from key governments & civil society organization leaders to discuss experiences and lessons learned from challenging gender inequality and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through Savings Group models. The focus of the session was to explore how government-led Savings Groups (also known as Village Savings & Loan Associations or VSLAs) are a tool for gender norms transformation, women’s economic empowerment, poverty eradication and social protection. Read More

Read More

Transitioning from Face-to-Face to Remote Capacity Sharing with 15 Cohort Members in Afghanistan

Within a localization project led by global women leaders, project partners in Afghanistan share lessons learned from having to suddenly shift to entirely online activities after the de facto authorities’ December 2021 decree barring women from working in NGOs. Read More

Read More

Strengthening Women-Led Organizations’ Meaningful Engagement in Humanitarian Settings: Year 1 Learnings

Within a localization project led by global women leaders, project partners share lessons learned from the implementation of the project across four countries, reflecting upon the key elements of successful project coordination across vastly different country contexts. Learnings include having productive spaces for collaboration, upholding feminist evaluation practices, and carrying out effective multi-level advocacy. Read More

Read More