Cross-posted from RTB Research and lessons learned from a collaboration between the CGIAR Research Programs on Roots, Tubers and Bananas (RTB), and Policies, Institutions, and Markets (PIM) to produce gender-sensitive tools to make value chain interventions more gender responsive have been shared during a training workshop for CGIAR gender research experts.
Piloting 5Capitals-G: a gender-responsive tool for assessing poverty impacts of value chain development
A new methodology to assess the poverty impacts of value chain development in a gender-responsive way is set to prove its value in a pilot phase, starting mid-2016 in Guatemala, India, and Peru. To prepare for the launch of the methodology called 5Capitals-G, field researchers from three parts of India were trained in a workshop >> Read more
International conference on Agri-Chains and Sustainable Development: Linking local and global dynamics
PIM is co-organizing (with CIRAD and other partners) the international conference on Agri-Chains and Sustainable Development: Linking local and global dynamics (AC&SD 2016) to be held on 12-14 December 2016 in Montpellier, France. AC&SD 2016 will bring together participants from multiple world regions to discuss the role of agricultural value chains in implementing global and local frameworks and partnerships >> Read more
Innovation for inclusive value-chain development: Successes and challenges, a forthcoming book edited by André Devaux, Maximo Torero, Jason Donovan, and Douglas Horton and published by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) draws on research on agricultural innovation, rural livelihoods, value chains, and contract farming in different geographic, social, economic, and institutional contexts to identify several common themes >> Read more
The CGIAR Research Programs on Policies, Institutions, and Markets (PIM) and on Roots, Tubers, and Bananas (RTB) have been collaborating on reinforcing the gender focus in research on value chains development and technology adoption for a few years now. In this post, our colleagues from the International Potato Center (CIP) share some recent updates on >> Read more