The inclusion of gender analysis and the collection of sex-disaggregated data in agriculture research can improve food security and increase productivity and incomes.
This list includes a selection of CCAFS publication with sex-disaggregated data on climate-smart agriculture in Southeast Asia.
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|Situation Analysis and Needs Assessment Report for Rohal Soung Village and Battambang Province, Cambodia|
|Mapping gender preferences for tree and shrub forages|
|Villages Baseline Study: Site Analysis Report for Ekxang Village, Lao PDR|
|Summary of Baseline Household Survey Results: Phonghong district, Vientiane province, Lao PDR|
|Developing Timor-Leste’s coastal economy: assessing potential climate change impacts and adaptation options|
|Gender differences in climate change perception and adaptation strategies: A case study on three provinces in Vietnam’s Mekong River Delta|
|Gender Differences in Climate Change Perception and Adaptation Strategies: The Case of Three Provinces in Vietnam’s Mekong River Delta|
|Participatory identification of climate-smart agriculture priorities|
|Situation Analysis and Needs Assessment Report for Ma Village and Yan Bai Province, Vietnam|
|Village Baseline Study – Site Analysis Report Ma village-Yen Binh district, Vietnam (VNM01)|
|Towards climate-smart agriculture in Southeast Asia: Initial results in Ma village, Vietnam|
|Building a resilient city for whom? Exploring the gendered processes of adaptation to change: A case study of street vendors in Hanoi|
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