Virtual GenderUp Facilitator Training, June 2024

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The GenderUp team is excited to offer a June 2024 Virtual GenderUp Facilitator Training. With a virtual format designed to accommodate diverse time zones and sectors, participants from various backgrounds and organizations are welcome.

A Call to Action and for Collaborative Co-Creation

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Alliance of Bioversity International and CIAT publishes "A Systems Approach for More Effective and Inclusive Agricultural Innovation for Sustainable Transformation," a five-part blog series produced as part of a collaborative effort led by Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Horticulture.

Join the GenderUp Journey: Scaling Innovation for Positive Social Outcomes

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Updates and new Agrilinks article on anticipating the consequences of scaling initiatives has been released in Agricultural Systems! Read more about the theory used to develop content for GenderUp and follows the promising first experiences of two teams who piloted the tool.

Increasing Smallholder Farmer Horticulture Production and Empowering Youth

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Launch of three new regionally-led initiatives in South Asia, focused on increasing horticulture production efficiency and empowering youth; increasing production in urban and peri-urban environments, reducing the impact of soil-borne pathogens on tomatoes and peppers, and engaging youth in profit-oriented horticulture production systems.

Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Horticulture Announces New Portfolio of Regionally-led Research Initiatives

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The Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Horticulture at the University of California, Davis, announces new 3.5-year portfolio comprising of regionally-led research initiatives across East and West Africa, Central America, and South Asia. Research initiatives will be managed by four Horticulture Innovation Lab Regional Hubs based at the International Center for Evaluation and Development (ICED), University of Ghana, Zamorano University, and FORWARD Nepal. 

Empowering Rural Women Farmers: Boosting Vegetable Access for Better Nutrition

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Launch of four new regionally-led initiatives in East Africa, focused on addressing pre- and post-harvest management to reduce food waste and losses in vegetables, and improving the marketing of and access to vegetables through the empowerment of rural smallholder women farmers growing vegetables on a small-scale level.