ENSURE Gender Analysis - CARE

ENSURE Gender Analysis

This 70 page analysis from July 2014 displays the gender dynamics in Zimbabwe as they relate to Food and Nutrition Security. The Gender Analysis research conducted by the ENSURE project provides a strong evidence base for Government and key stakeholders to implement targeted community based interventions aimed at addressing gender disparities that fuel food and nutrition insecurity in Zimbabwe. Although women constitute 61.7 percent of the rural population and 53 percent of the agricultural workforce, they do not have equitable access to key productive assets including land, capital, finance, water and equipment.

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