Download Now! Actions to Transform Food Systems under Climate Change

Sex-disaggregated data on CSA in CCAFS publications | West and Central Africa

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 West and Central Africa.

Click here for publications from other regions.


West and Central Africa

  1. Burkina Faso
  2. Cameroon
  3. Ghana
  4. Mali
  5. Niger
  6. Senegal

Click on the name of a country above to jump to that section.


BURKINA FASO

How resilient are farming households, communities, men and women to a changing climate in Africa?
  • Topics: Attitude toward gender/gender roles- non-farm activities, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements, Participants by gender
  • Data type: Qualitative
Participatory vulnerability assessment and planning of adaptation to climate change in the Yatenga, Burkina Faso
  • Topics: Climate change impacts, Climate adaptation/CSA, Factors/ motivations to change, Negative perceptions/give up on adaptation strategies/CSA
  • Data type: Qualitative
Global summary of baseline household survey results
  • Topics: Access to climate services
  • Data type: Qualitative
Summary of household baseline survey results: Tougou, Burkina Faso
  • Topics: Access to climate services, Attitude toward gender/gender roles- non-farm activities, Gender associated farming, including workloads
  • Data type: Qualitative
CCAFS Baseline Survey Indicators for Yatenga/Tougou, Burkina Faso
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Access to climate services, Access to resources, Factors/ motivations to change, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative and quantitative
Connecting women, connecting men: How communities and organizations interact to strengthen adaptive capacity and food security in the face of climate change
  • Topics: Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative
How resilient are farming households and communities to a changing climate in Africa? A gender-based perspective
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative

CAMEROON

Mapping gender preferences for tree and shrub forages
  • Topics: Access to resources, Attitude toward gender/gender roles- non-farm activities, Gender associated farming, including workloads
  • Data type: Qualitative

GHANA

Participatory gender-sensitive approaches for addressing key climate change- related research issues: Evidence from Bangladesh, Ghana, and Uganda
  • Topics: Global data, Access to climate services, Climate adaptation/CSA, Gender patterns in mobility, Gender associated farming, including workloads
  • Data type: Qualitative
Using a gender lens to explore farmers' adaptation options in the face of climate change: Results of a pilot study in Ghana
  • Topics: Access to climate services, Gender patterns in mobility
  • Data type: Qualitative
How resilient are farming households, communities, men and women to a changing climate in Africa?
  • Topics: Attitude toward gender/gender roles- non-farm activities, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements, Participants by gender
  • Data type: Qualitative
Global summary of baseline household survey results
  • Topics: Access to climate services
  • Data type: Qualitative
Local-level appraisal of benefits and barriers affecting adoption of climate-smart agricultural practices: Ghana
  • Topics: Knowledge/Awareness/ preferences of climate change/adaptation strategies/CSA, Negative perceptions/give up on adaptation strategies/CSA, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative
CCAFS Baseline Survey Indicators for Lawra-Jirapa/Jirapa, Ghana
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Access to climate services, Access to resources, Factors/ motivations to change, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative and quantitative
Connecting women, connecting men: How communities and organizations interact to strengthen adaptive capacity and food security in the face of climate change
  • Topics: Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative
Understanding gender dimensions of agriculture and climate change in smallholder farming communities
  • Topics: Ownerships
  • Data type: Qualitative
How resilient are farming households and communities to a changing climate in Africa? A gender-based perspective
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative

MALI

How resilient are farming households, communities, men and women to a changing climate in Africa?
  • Topics: Attitude toward gender/gender roles- non-farm activities, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements, Participants by gender
  • Data type: Qualitative
Coping strategies and vulnerability to climate change of households in Mali
  • Topics: Climate change impacts, Climate adaptation/CSA, Factors/ motivations to change
  • Data type: Qualitative
Village Baseline Study: Site Analysis Report for Segou – Cinzana, Mali (MA0109)
  • Topics: Ownerships, Access to climate services, Access to resources, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative
Summary of household baseline survey results: Cinzana, Mali
  • Topics: Access to climate services, Attitude toward gender/gender roles- non-farm activities, Gender associated farming, including workloads
  • Data type: Qualitative
CCAFS Baseline Survey Indicators for Sekou/Cinzana, Mali
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Access to climate services, Access to resources, Factors/ motivations to change, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative and quantitative
Connecting women, connecting men: How communities and organizations interact to strengthen adaptive capacity and food security in the face of climate change
  • Topics: Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative
How resilient are farming households and communities to a changing climate in Africa? A gender-based perspective
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative

NIGER

How resilient are farming households, communities, men and women to a changing climate in Africa?
  • Topics: Attitude toward gender/gender roles- non-farm activities, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements, Participants by gender
  • Data type: Qualitative
Village Baseline Study: Site Analysis Report for Kollo – Fakara, Niger (NI0111)
  • Topics: Ownerships, Access to climate services, Access to resources
  • Data type: Qualitative
CCAFS Baseline Survey Indicators for Kollo/Fakara, Niger
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Access to climate services, Access to resources, Factors/ motivations to change, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative and quantitative
Connecting women, connecting men: How communities and organizations interact to strengthen adaptive capacity and food security in the face of climate change
  • Topics: Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative
How resilient are farming households and communities to a changing climate in Africa? A gender-based perspective
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative

SENEGAL

Adaptation Actions in Africa: Evidence that Gender Matters
  • Topics: Climate change impacts. Knowledge/Awareness/ preferences of climate change/adaptation strategies/CSA, Access to climate services, Climate adaptation/CSA, Negative perceptions/give up on adaptation strategies/CSA
  • Data type: Quantitative and Qualitative
Implications of gender-focused research in Senegal for farmer's adaption to climate change
  • Topics: Climate change impacts, Knowledge/Awareness/ preferences of climate change/adaptation strategies/CSA, Access to climate services
  • Data type: Qualitative
Who gets the Information? Gender, power and equity considerations in the design of climate services for farmers
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Climate change impacts, Access to climate services, Factors/ motivations to change, Negative perceptions/give up on adaptation strategies/CSA, Indigenous knowledge
  • Data type: Qualitative
How resilient are farming households, communities, men and women to a changing climate in Africa?
  • Topics: Attitude toward gender/gender roles- non-farm activities, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements, Participants by gender
  • Data type: Qualitative
Implications de la recherche centrée sur le genre au Sénégal pour l’adaptation au changement climatique
  • Topics: Climate change impacts, Knowledge/Awareness/ preferences of climate change/adaptation strategies/CSA, Access to climate services, Indigenous knowledge
  • Data type: Qualitative
Village Baseline Study: Site Analysis Report for Kaffrine – Kaffrine, Senegal (SE0112)
  • Topics: Ownerships, Access to resources, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative
Summary of household baseline survey results: Kaffrine, Senegal
  • Topics: Attitude toward gender/gender roles- non-farm activities, Gender associated farming, including workloads
  • Data type: Qualitative
The Climate-Smart Village approach: what research and insights from current implementation in Daga-Birame CSV in Senegal?
  • Topics: Knowledge/Awareness/ preferences of climate change/adaptation strategies/CSA, Access to climate services, Access to resources, Climate adaptation/CSA, Results of climate adaptation/CSA implementation, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative
CCAFS Baseline Survey Indicators for Kaffrine, Senegal
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Access to climate services, Access to resources, Factors/ motivations to change, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative
Climate-Smart Agriculture in Senegal. CSA Country Profiles for Africa Series
  • Topics: Global data, Gender inequality index
  • Data type: Qualitative
Connecting women, connecting men: How communities and organizations interact to strengthen adaptive capacity and food security in the face of climate change
  • Topics: Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative
How resilient are farming households and communities to a changing climate in Africa? A gender-based perspective
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative

Photo: Peter Casier