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Title: Gender dimension of climate change research in agriculture: Case studies in Southeast Asia.
Authors: Paris, Thelma
Rubzen, Maria Fay Rola
Keywords: Agriculture
Climate change
Southeast Asia
Issue Date: 2018
Series/Report no.: CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS);pp. 1 - 216
Abstract: This book presents the gender dimensions of the relationship between agriculture and climate change. It explores whether men and women farmers experience similar or different vulnerabilities and coping mechanisms or adaptation measures in response to climate change risks. It identifies gender gaps in access to resources, information, services, technologies, training, finance, etc., which enable or constrain men and women to adopt CSA and practices, as well as presents examples of Participatory Vulnerability Analysis and participatory action research, which incorporate a gender dimension. ---All case studies featured in the book are driven by a common goal— to help develop and implement gender-sensitive, sustainable CSA R4D interventions in improving climate resiliency and food and nutrition security of vulnerable communities in Southeast Asia. Four of the case studies were conducted in the Climate-Smart Village sites, such as: Sri Dasgupta’s study and Tran Nhat Lam Duyen et al’s research in Tra Hat Village in Vietnam; Auni Haapala’s study in Phailom Village in Laos; and Magnolia Rosimo’s study in Guinayangan, Quezon province in the Philippines. Other case studies were conducted by Julie Basconsilio in Bulacan and Arma Bertuso in eastern Visayas in the Philippines; and Justin McKinley et al in Mekong River Delta in Vietnam.
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