A Resource Guide on Gender Equality for FOLUR

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A Resource Guide on Gender Equality for FOLUR

September 28, 2023

This guide synthesizes a selection of resources aimed at inspiring and supporting those working on enhancing gender equality in Food Systems, Land Use and Restoration initiatives. It is organized around four areas covered by FOLUR’s 27 Country Projects: 1) Integrated Landscape Management Systems; 2) Promotion of Sustainable Food Production Practices and Responsible Commodity Value Chains; 3) Conservation and Restoration of Natural Habitats; and 4) Knowledge Management and M&E.

This guide is a valuable resource to help FOLUR Country Projects and others who are invested in promoting gender equality in food systems and land restoration interventions to achieve their gender equality objectives.  It is designed in a user-friendly way so that readers have the possibility to access all the resources, depending on their needs, by navigating easily through the sections:

  • Gender Resources at a Glance > Provides an overview of all FOLUR gender-related resources organized around the four Results Areas/ Components of FOLUR country projects
  • Section 1. Gender Resources relevant to FOLUR Country Projects by Results Areas > It synthesizesthe publications developed by FOLUR partners listed under Gender Resources at a Glance, taking a closer look at specific gender-related interventions being proposed by FOLUR CPs (and others).
  • Section 2. Essential Processes and Standards for Gender-Responsive Interventions in FOLUR > Introduces a framework of gender considerations related to processes on gender mainstreaming and women’s rights standards that are essential to FOLUR’s gender objectives
  • Annex. Summary of Gender-Related Resources > Includes a brief summary of all resources included in the publication, which can be accessed through direct links from the titles of the resources.

To learn more, join FOLUR's Gender Working Group, composed of gender specialists and other practitioners, open to all members of the Food and Agricultural Commodity Systems Community (FACS Community).