Gender in Agriculture Partnership

Transforming agriculture to empower women and deliver food, nutrition and income security
GAP Highlights

Patrons

MS Swaminathan Research Foundation
India
“Sustainable food security will be only a dream without the participation of women”
Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University
United States of America

Catalysts

Mobilising Institutions
Random 4 of 261
Dr Mark Holderness
Global Forum on Agricultural Research
Italy
Tsitsi Valerie Machingauta
Women's Farming Syndicate
Zimbabwe
Mr Sonigitu Asibong Ekpe
Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Nigeria
Helga Recke
Cornell University
United States of America

Recently joined

Alexandra M Spieldoch
Compatible Technology International
United States of America
Margaret Koyenikan
University of Benin, Benin-City, Nigeria
Nigeria
Jeniffer Githinji
Champion
Kenya
Crisina Caltagirone
AVRDC - The World Vegetable Center
United States of America

Type of resource

Report (17)
General (3)
Training (1)

GAP tweets

GAP in Action

Countries

_Global (106)
Kenya (43)
India (39)
Uganda (34)

LinkedIn discussions

A young spirit in search of change

Read the latest story of our ongoing series with Ypard​ from Anauim Valerín, a young journalist and environmental activist from Costa Rica who fights for the civil rights of youth, women & farmers in her country

Women & Agricultural biodiversity - A new Photo Contest!

To celebrate the women who contributing to the conservation of agricultural biodiversity while feeding the world, Bioversity International​ has launched a photo contest! Send your photo by 22 July & vote for your favorite snaps which will be shared on @BioversityInternational’s Facebook page!

Social media and the end of gender

Can social media effectively bring an end to the “end of gender”? Watch Johanna Blakley & share your views with us!