Venue: Indepth Research Training Centre, Nairobi, Westlands.
Event Date: 17th – 21st October 2016
Gender sensitivity in agricultural practices and extension is an important area that affects people of all walks in life. It entails gender equity, gender roles and further implies that roles should not be ascribed for instance to the females alone, or the males exclusively as this will amount to set back to the progress of agriculture.
This training highlights such gender related issues and presents strategies for meeting them. We explore various ways of delivery of agricultural extension services in a way that improves gender-equitable service provision.
By the end of the course, learners will be able to:
- Develop programmes, centered on women's needs and constraints, in accomplishing their tasks
- Raising awareness of gender issues as an integral part of a pragmatic research, extension and development work in agriculture,
- Women play a vital role as agricultural producers and as agents of food and nutritional security.
- Constraints impinging upon the ability of women to participate in collective action as members of agricultural cooperative or water user associations.
- Results and outcomes of Gender inequalities i.e. less food being grown, less income being earned, and higher levels of poverty and food insecurity.
This training can also be customized for your institution upon request to a minimum of 4 participants. You can have it delivered in our training centre or at a convenient location.
The Course fee is KES 75,000 for residents or USD 1100 for non-residents, exclusive of V.A.T.Participants attending as a group enjoys a discount of up to 15% for a group of 10 or more participants.
The course fee covers tuition, refreshments and lunch.
How to participate
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