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 Southern Africa.
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|Delivering climate services for farmers and pastoralists through interactive radio: scoping report for the GFCS Adaptation Programme in Africa|
|Smallholder farmers and climate smart agriculture: Technology and labor-productivity constraints amongst women smallholders in Malawi|
|Evidence-based scaling-up of evergreen agriculture for increasing crop productivity, fodder supply and resilience of the maize-mixed and agro-pastoral farming systems in Tanzania and Malawi|
|Coping strategies and vulnerability to climate change of households in Mozambique|
|Food and water security under global change: Developing adaptive capacity with a focus on rural Africa|
|Mapping gender preferences for tree and shrub forages|
|Guide de formation: recheche sur le genre et les changements climatiques dans l’agriculture et la sécurité alimentaire pur le développement rural|
|Ex-post Impact Assessment of Fertilizer Microdosing as a Climate-Smart Technology in Sub-Saharan Africa|
|In-situ water harvesting technologies in semi-arid southern Zimbabwe: Part II. The role of socio-economic factors on performance in Gwanda district|
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