Examining factors that influence adoption of agricultural technology by men and women: the case of potato

Women today are the hidden face of agriculture, playing a fundamental role from food production to commercialization, and yet not only do they not have the same access to resources and technological innovations, but often the technologies are not designed considering women’s needs and conditions.

How CGIAR improves the livelihoods of rural women

To celebrate this year's International Day of Rural Women (October 15), the CGIAR Collaborative Platform for Gender Research illustrates how gender research in agricultural and natural resource domains is contributing to improving the lives of rural women.

International Day of Rural Women: Women’s land rights need to be at heart of tenure reforms to help eradicate poverty

Why are land rights so important to rural women? Quite simply, land is the most valuable asset among many rural people and households, as land is the foundation of rural livelihoods.

2016 CGIAR Annual Report: Innovations for Global Food Security

The 2016 CGIAR Annual Report “Innovations for Global Food Security” demonstrates the pivotal role that CGIAR’s Research Centers and Programs collectively play in reducing poverty, enhancing food, and nutrition security and improving natural resources and ecosystem services.

PIM Newsletter: July – September 2017

In this issue: Information about our research, events, and publications in the past three months, calendar of upcoming events, and the new PIM Outcome Note summarizing achievements of our social protection work. Each of our six flagship programs presents an update for the third quarter 2017. 

Strengthening resilience of rural households through improved social protection

PIM’s research on social protection, led by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) in partnership with governments and development agencies, has supported increased investment in social protection programs, reaching roughly 8 million beneficiaries in Ethiopia, more than one million beneficiaries in Bangladesh, and more than one million in Tanzania. The new PIM Outcome Note summarizes these achievements.