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Women as Mapmakers: Gender and Empowerment in Participatory Mapping
Participatory mapping, one of the most widely used participatory research techniques, has been cited as a viable means for women to express their spaces and resources. But to what extent has gender, and women in particular, ...
Gender Cross-cutting Research Activity of SANREM IL
(OIRED, Virginia Tech, 2014)
This presentation explains the research behind the Gender Cross-cutting Research Activity (CCRA) of the SANREM IL. It reviews the goals and objectives, methods, findings, and recommendations used to explore the gender-based ...
Using qualitative GIS to explore gendered dimensions for CAPS in the Philippines: A mixed methods approach
This presentation discusses the fieldwork and findings of a research-for-development project in the Philippines regarding gendered soil knowledge, access to resources, and agricultural practices. It identifies gender-based ...
Mapping gender networks in Bogor District, West Java: Farmers accessing markets for their agricultural products
In Nanggung, West Java Province, Indonesia, agricultural production is dominated by men while women have little access and control over land, capital, and production inputs. Using qualitative methodology including mapping ...
Are potato markets gendered? An analysis of gender networks in the potato marketing chain in the Jatun Mayu watershed of Tiraque, Bolivia
Incomes from potato production are critical for the well-being and survival of many Andean farmers. These incomes depend on market access and ability to receive fair prices. Potato markets have existed in the area since ...
Gendered perspectives on sheep, livelihoods, and sense of place in Sank’ayani Alto, Bolivia
(Blacksburg, VA: Virginia Tech, Office of International Research, Education, and Development (OIRED), 2012)
Cultural practices and gender roles influence women and men farmers’ specialized knowledge of, access to, and control over different spaces and resources in the landscape. This presentation explores local soil knowledge ...