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WEMAN: Women in Coffee Value Chain, Uganda, video

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Oxfam Novib, WEMAN, IFAD 2010 WEMAN is a community-led global process aiming at innovation, learning and advocacy for Gender Justice in economic interventions and institutions.
Basic Steps towards Sustainable Agriculture

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Rainforest Alliance 2010 Pictures and description of basic requirements for sustainable agricuture, including waste management, water conservation, soil erosion, wildlife
WEMAN: Women's empowerment, gender justice, Western Uganda. (video)

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Oxfam Novib, WEMAN 2010 Documentary on women's empowerment for gender justice in Uganda, 'Mapping the road to change, action learning for gender justice in Western Uganda'.
Gender equity in Certified Chains - Making it Work for All - Expert meeting video

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KIT, Royal Tropical Institute, Hivos, Oxfam Novib, 2011  On March 8th 2012, Royal Tropical Institute (KIT), Hivos, Oxfam Novib and Solidaridad organised an expert meeting 'Certified Coffee, Tea and
Gender and Agriculture.

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SNV 2012 This practice brief explores women and gender issues in SNV Netherlands Development Organisation’s support to agricultural value chains in
Self-Assessment Tool on the Sustainable Agriculture Standard

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Rainforest Alliance 2011 Checklist for groups to see if they comply with sustainability standards from the Rainforest Alliance. They are divided into the following categories
Self-Assessment Tool on the Sustainable Agriculture Standard

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Rainforest Alliance 2011 Checklist to see if individuals are compliant with sustainability standards. The checklist is divided into sections:Assessment 1:
Focus on... Gender in agriculture

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New Agriculturist 2013 Throughout Africa and much of the developing world, the majority of food is grown by women, yet women own less than two per cent of the world's land
Chachacha: Challenging chains to change

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KIT, Royal Tropical Institute, Agri-ProFocus, IIRR, International Institute of Rural Reconstruction 2012  This book is jointly produced by KIT, Agri-ProFocus and IIRR. It is the result of exchange by practitioners and academics using a “writeshop” (
Adapting Learning Materials for Distance Learning

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COL, Commonwealth of Learning 2007 In face-to-face education, instructors are present to guide the instructional/learning process. In distance education (DE) instructors and students