Examining gender differences in the access to and implementation of climate-smart agricultural practices in Central America

This Info Note summarizes the findings from the monitoring efforts of CSA practices conducted in 2018 in the Climate-Smart Villages of Guatemala and Honduras within the framework of the project “Generating evidence on gender-sensitive climate-smart agriculture to inform policy in Central America” led by the International Center of Tropical Agriculture (CIAT), with the financial support of the International Development Research Center (IDRC).
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2019-08-29

Author(s)

  • Acosta, Mariola
  • Bonilla-Findji, Osana
  • Eitzinger, Anton
  • Arora, Diksha
  • Martinez- Baron, Deissy
  • Bejarano, Gustavo
  • Suchini, Jose Gabriel

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CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security

Citation

Acosta M, Bonilla-Findji O, Eitzinger A, Arora D, Martinez-Baron D, Bejarano G, Suchini JG. 2019. Examining gender differences in the access to and implementation of climate-smart agricultural practices in Central America. CCAFS Info Note. CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS).