This paper explores initial findings from four case studies in the Gender, Agriculture, and Assets Project on changes in gender relations in different agricultural interventions. It documents the adaptive measures projects are taking to encourage gender-equitable value chain projects. Findings suggest that the dairy and horticulture value chain cases have successfully increased the stock of both men’s and women’s tangible assets and those assets they own jointly.

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Author(s), editor(s), contributor(s)
van den Bold, Mara Quisumbing, Agnes R. Olney, Deanna K. Meinzen-Dick, Ruth Suseela Rubin, Deborah Manfre, Cristina Waithanji, Elizabeth

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Date of publication
January 2014
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ISBN / Resource ID
28 pages

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