Gender issues in Nepali agriculture

a review by Bijaya Bajracharya

Publisher: HMG Ministry of Agriculture/Winroch International Policy Analysis in Agriculture and Related Resource Management in Kathmandu

Written in English
Published: Pages: 78 Downloads: 225
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  • Nepal.

Subjects:

  • Women in Agriculture -- Nepal.,
  • Sex role in the work environment -- Nepal.,
  • Sex discrimination against women -- Nepal.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 57-68).

StatementBijaya Bajracharya.
SeriesResearch report series / Policy Analysis in Agriculture and Related Resource Management ;, no. 25, Research report series (Policy Analysis in Agriculture and Related Resource Management (Program : Nepal)) ;, no. 25.
ContributionsNepal. Kr̥shi Mantrālaya., Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Development.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD6073.F3 N363 1994
The Physical Object
Pagination78 p. ;
Number of Pages78
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1256258M
LC Control Number94906456

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Gender equality in agriculture and rural development, In Nepal, agriculture contributes one-third of the gross. domestic product (GDP) and about three-quarters of the population work in the sector.

The role of women in the sector is crucial given that over 80 percent of women are employed in agriculture. Publication | March Download (Free: KB) This checklist, a Nepali translation of an English original, is designed to assist staff and consultants in implementing ADB's policy and strategic objectives on gender and development (GAD).

It will guide users through all stages of the project/program cycle in identifying the main gender issues in the agriculture sector and in designing appropriate gender-sensitive.

Executive summary. The Country Gender Assessment (CGA or Assessment) for agriculture and rural development in Nepal was undertaken in primarily to inform the gender-sensitive country-level.

FINAL REPORT NEPAL: Country Gender Profile March Chandra Bhadra, Ph.D. Gender Consultant & Mani Thapa Shah Assistant Consultant The information presented here was gathered from on. The Gender in Agriculture Sourcebook provides an up-to-date understanding of gender issues and a rich compilation of compelling evidence of good practices and lessons learned to guide practitioners in integrating gender dimensions into agricultural projects and is serves as a tool for: guidance; showcasing key principles in integrating gender into projects; stimulating the.

The existing empirical studies of the ‘gender in agriculture’ literature consistently reveal that women lack access to and control over resources such as land and capital as well as agricultural inputs and technology such as improved crop varieties, training, information and marketing services (Fletschner and Kenney, ).

Gender in Agriculture: Closing the Knowledge Gap. Agnes R. Quisumbing, Ruth Meinzen-Dick, Terri L. Raney, Andre Croppenstedt, Julia A. Behrman, Amber Peterman (eds.) Book Review. Explaining why it is that half of the world’s farmers are systematically underperforming can be an elusive business.

However, Gender in Agriculture: Closing the Knowledge Gap from the Food and Agriculture. FAO, Agricultural extension and women farm workers in the s. Rome, Italy. FAO, The State of Food and Agriculture Women in Agriculture – Closing the Gender Gap for Development.

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy. Ilahi N. Gender issues in Nepali agriculture book audit/stocktake: An assessment tool and process for organisations to identify how gender issues are included in their work with communities Gender issues in Nepali agriculture book internal organisational processes (Interaction, ).

Gender equality: Refers to both men and women having the freedom to develop their. challenges in order to provide a context for the discussion of gender equality issues relevant to sectoral activities and outcomes.

This is followed by a summary of government commitments to support women or gender equality in the sector and suggestions about further issues and opportunities to consider as part of policy and strategy development.

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In context of Nepal gender disparity have always been present since very beginning but recently only the discussion and issues of gender related things have come out to mainstream. There is huge gap in accessing the rights and power between the male and female in Nepalese society.

Gender in Brief – Prior to Crisis. Gender roles in Nepal vary with context, caste, ethnic group, religion, and socio-economic class. Overwhelmingly, the traditional family structures are. Gender issues in agricultural and rural development by Khawar Mumtaz Women's participation in agriculture, indeed their contribution to agricultural production.

Gender inequality in Nepal refers to disparities and inequalities between men and women in Nepal, a landlocked country in South Asia. Gender inequality is defined as unequal treatment and opportunities due to perceived differences based solely on issues of gender.

Gender inequality is a major barrier for human development worldwide as gender is a determinant for the basis of discrimination in. Keywords: agriculture development, agriculture growth, poverty reduction, food security Trends of Edible Food Grains Production and Requirements, Nepal () Households reporting food.

Gender Relations Hierarchical relations of power between women and men that tend to disadvantage women Gender Training A facilitated process of developing awareness and capacity on gender issues, to bring about personal or organisational change for gender equality Gender Violence Any act or threat by men or male-dominated institutions.

Sumnima Tuladhar from Nepali child rights organisation CWIN talks about the issues of gender-based violence and discrimination, the challenges faced by women.

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Nepal, a Himalayan country situated in South Asia, is one of the poorest countries of the has suffered from political instability and has had undemocratic rule for much of its is a lack of access to basic facilities, people have superstitious beliefs, and there are high levels of gender gh the Constitution provides for protection of women, including.

involvement and influence of external experts, have ignored this gender dimension at a very real cost to African agriculture and to gender equity within the continent [].

The institutional reality remains that of operational inattention to gender issues in agriculture and. In developing countries, rural women play a significant role in agriculture, accounting for % of food production and selling food products at markets [1].

In Nepal, it’s been reported that up to 98% of women are employed in the agricultural sector, a percentage which is higher than that for men (91%) [1b].

Contribution by women. Democracy, Gender Equality and Women’s Literacy: Experience from Nepal. UNESCO Kathmandu Series of Monographs and Working papers No. Kathmandu: UNESCO. EWEC (Every Woman Every Child) (). The Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health (), Survive, Thrive, Transform, Geneva: WHO.

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Nepal has an undercurrent of pervasive, patriarchal social structures and a deep-rooted ethnic caste system woven into the fabric of an otherwise rich, diverse cultural heritage, restricting progress in all major development sectors.

For Nepal to become a more democratic and resilient society, it must give women and girls, those who identify as LGBT, people who are differently abled, and those. However, the impacts of gender inequalities and women’s recurrent socio-economic disadvantages continue to be ignored and remain a critical challenge to adaptation efforts.

As the world continues to grapple with what a post-Kyoto climate regime should look like, it is crucial that mitigation and adaptation efforts integrate gender issues at. In book: International although many of the issues discussed have a wider. relevance. up vary across schools and the way in which gender differences are produced on a day.

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