Responsible gender scaling strategies for mechanized conservation agriculture innovation packages in Zimbabwe | Land Portal

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janvier 2023
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The Ukama Ustawi Initiative WP5 (Empower & Engage) facilitated a GenderUp workshop in collaboration with Wageningen University and UC Davis in Harare, Zimbabwe at the Monomotapa Hotel on August 8, 2023. The workshop was a follow-up to the WP1 innovation scaling readiness workshop on Mechanized Conservation Agriculture (CA) that took place in June 2023.  The workshop brought together the Ukama Ustawi WP1 team (on mechanized CA) and stakeholders engaged in CA from the Ministry of Agriculture, FAO, USAID, Community Technology Development Trust, researchers, and Canadian Food Grains Bank/ Tearfund in Zimbabwe to scale the use of mechanized CA from a gender lens. Presentations were done by WP1 on mechanized CA led by Dr. Blessing Mhlanga from CIMMYT and from WP5 by Dr Everisto Mapedza (IWMI). Dr Ojong Enokenwa Baa from WP5 (IWMI) facilitated the GenderUp session. The main objective was to provide scaling partners and stakeholders with a conversational method for designing responsible scaling strategies in a particular context where they operate using the GenderUp strategy.

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Enokenwa Baa, Ojongetakah , Nortje, Karen , Mabele, Thato

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