Mainstreaming gender in an agricultural M4P programme: MADE’s approach in practice

This case study presents insights into how MADE guides partners in gender inclusivity, through a presentation on how MADE recognises entry points. After presenting frameworks that MADE uses, such as M4P (making markets work for the poor) and women’s economic empowerment, the case study goes on to compare MADE’s approach two years into implementation with the best practices in agriculture development projects. It then presents the lessons learnt from this.

Resource type: Case study
Year produced: 2015
Value chain: Multi-crop
Thematic area: Gender inclusivity
Region: Northern Ghana

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File type: PDF