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National gender profile of agriculture and rural livelihoods

The Republic of Azerbaijan












FAO. 2022. National gender profile of agriculture and rural livelihoods – The Republic of Azerbaijan. Country Gender Assessment Series. Baku. 




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    National gender profile of agriculture and rural livelihoods: the Republic of Moldova reflects FAO’s commitment to promoting gender equality, while integrating a gender perspective into its operations. The report focuses on the intersections of gender, agriculture and rural development, and presents a snapshot of critical gender-based inequalities and their consequences for agricultural production and rural livelihoods in the Republic of Moldova. A picture of significant gender gaps in terms of the rural population’s access to educational and employment opportunities and social services is presented. In the area of agricultural production, women have much more limited access to and control over vital resources, including land, extension and advisory services and irrigation. The assessment includes recommendations on enhancing agriculture and developing rural communities with a gender-sensitive perspective, taking into consideration gender roles and differences between women and men in access to productive resources, inputs and information.
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    KƏND ƏRAZILƏRINDƏ YAŞAYAN QADINLARIN KƏNDIN DAVAMLI İNKIŞAFININ SOSIAL-IQTISADI VƏ GENDER ASPEKTLƏRI ÜZRƏ İMKANLARININ ARTIRILMASINA DƏSTƏK
    Layihə FAO-Türkiyə Tərəfdaşlıq Proqramı çərçivəsində Türkiyə Hökuməti tərəfindən maliyyələşib
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    This project, started in 2014 under the FAO-Turkey Partnership Programme, was developed to improve services for rural women by enhancing the capacity of institutions and of agricultural extension and rural advisory services staff in Turkey and Azerbaijan. The project’s ultimate objective was to promote rural women’s socio-economic integration and enhance their income generation skills, by increasing rural women’s capacity and improving the design and delivery of gendersensitive agricultural ext ension and rural advisory services. The project put the utmost emphasis on enhancing rural women’s knowledge and skills in agricultural production and related activities. It also emphasized the development of tools and methods to help design demand-focused programmes that effectively respond to the needs of farmers, especially women farmers. In addition, good practices and experiences of the Rural Women Services Unit of the Department of Training, Extension and Publication of the MFAL were share d. In the long term, it is expected that through more effective targeting, delivery of services and better impact assessment, public extension and rural advisory services will be able to reach rural women more efficiently. Rural women will improve their knowledge, skills and capacities in agricultural production and economic diversification, which will lead to socio-economic development, including rural income generation and improved household food security and livelihoods. The project also cont ributed to FAO’s efforts in rural poverty reduction, as well as its support for innovation in service provision.
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    Capacity Development Support to Rural Women on the Socio-economic and Gender Aspects of Sustaianbel Rural Development 2016
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    This project, started in 2014 under the FAO-Turkey Partnership Programme, was developed to improve services for rural women by enhancing the capacity of institutions and of agricultural extension and rural advisory services staff in Turkey and Azerbaijan. The project’s ultimate objective was to promote rural women’s socio-economic integration and enhance their income generation skills, by increasing rural women’s capacity and improving the design and delivery of gendersensitive agricultural exte nsion and rural advisory services. The project put the utmost emphasis on enhancing rural women’s knowledge and skills in agricultural production and related activities. It also emphasized the development of tools and methods to help design demand-focused programmes that effectively respond to the needs of farmers, especially women farmers. In addition, good practices and experiences of the Rural Women Services Unit of the Department of Training, Extension and Publication of the MFAL were shared . In the long term, it is expected that through more effective targeting, delivery of services and better impact assessment, public extension and rural advisory services will be able to reach rural women more efficiently. Rural women will improve their knowledge, skills and capacities in agricultural production and economic diversification, which will lead to socio-economic development, including rural income generation and improved household food security and livelihoods. The project also contr ibuted to FAO’s efforts in rural poverty reduction, as well as its support for innovation in service provision
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    Book (series)
    National gender profile of agriculture and rural livelihoods
    The Republic of Moldova
    2022
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    National gender profile of agriculture and rural livelihoods: the Republic of Moldova reflects FAO’s commitment to promoting gender equality, while integrating a gender perspective into its operations. The report focuses on the intersections of gender, agriculture and rural development, and presents a snapshot of critical gender-based inequalities and their consequences for agricultural production and rural livelihoods in the Republic of Moldova. A picture of significant gender gaps in terms of the rural population’s access to educational and employment opportunities and social services is presented. In the area of agricultural production, women have much more limited access to and control over vital resources, including land, extension and advisory services and irrigation. The assessment includes recommendations on enhancing agriculture and developing rural communities with a gender-sensitive perspective, taking into consideration gender roles and differences between women and men in access to productive resources, inputs and information.
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    KƏND ƏRAZILƏRINDƏ YAŞAYAN QADINLARIN KƏNDIN DAVAMLI İNKIŞAFININ SOSIAL-IQTISADI VƏ GENDER ASPEKTLƏRI ÜZRƏ İMKANLARININ ARTIRILMASINA DƏSTƏK
    Layihə FAO-Türkiyə Tərəfdaşlıq Proqramı çərçivəsində Türkiyə Hökuməti tərəfindən maliyyələşib
    2016
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    This project, started in 2014 under the FAO-Turkey Partnership Programme, was developed to improve services for rural women by enhancing the capacity of institutions and of agricultural extension and rural advisory services staff in Turkey and Azerbaijan. The project’s ultimate objective was to promote rural women’s socio-economic integration and enhance their income generation skills, by increasing rural women’s capacity and improving the design and delivery of gendersensitive agricultural ext ension and rural advisory services. The project put the utmost emphasis on enhancing rural women’s knowledge and skills in agricultural production and related activities. It also emphasized the development of tools and methods to help design demand-focused programmes that effectively respond to the needs of farmers, especially women farmers. In addition, good practices and experiences of the Rural Women Services Unit of the Department of Training, Extension and Publication of the MFAL were share d. In the long term, it is expected that through more effective targeting, delivery of services and better impact assessment, public extension and rural advisory services will be able to reach rural women more efficiently. Rural women will improve their knowledge, skills and capacities in agricultural production and economic diversification, which will lead to socio-economic development, including rural income generation and improved household food security and livelihoods. The project also cont ributed to FAO’s efforts in rural poverty reduction, as well as its support for innovation in service provision.
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    Capacity Development Support to Rural Women on the Socio-economic and Gender Aspects of Sustaianbel Rural Development 2016
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    Book (series)
    National gender profile of agriculture and rural livelihoods
    The Republic of Moldova
    2022
    Also available in:
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    National gender profile of agriculture and rural livelihoods: the Republic of Moldova reflects FAO’s commitment to promoting gender equality, while integrating a gender perspective into its operations. The report focuses on the intersections of gender, agriculture and rural development, and presents a snapshot of critical gender-based inequalities and their consequences for agricultural production and rural livelihoods in the Republic of Moldova. A picture of significant gender gaps in terms of the rural population’s access to educational and employment opportunities and social services is presented. In the area of agricultural production, women have much more limited access to and control over vital resources, including land, extension and advisory services and irrigation. The assessment includes recommendations on enhancing agriculture and developing rural communities with a gender-sensitive perspective, taking into consideration gender roles and differences between women and men in access to productive resources, inputs and information.
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    KƏND ƏRAZILƏRINDƏ YAŞAYAN QADINLARIN KƏNDIN DAVAMLI İNKIŞAFININ SOSIAL-IQTISADI VƏ GENDER ASPEKTLƏRI ÜZRƏ İMKANLARININ ARTIRILMASINA DƏSTƏK
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    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    Capacity Development Support to Rural Women on the Socio-economic and Gender Aspects of Sustaianbel Rural Development 2016
    Also available in:

    This project, started in 2014 under the FAO-Turkey Partnership Programme, was developed to improve services for rural women by enhancing the capacity of institutions and of agricultural extension and rural advisory services staff in Turkey and Azerbaijan. The project’s ultimate objective was to promote rural women’s socio-economic integration and enhance their income generation skills, by increasing rural women’s capacity and improving the design and delivery of gendersensitive agricultural exte nsion and rural advisory services. The project put the utmost emphasis on enhancing rural women’s knowledge and skills in agricultural production and related activities. It also emphasized the development of tools and methods to help design demand-focused programmes that effectively respond to the needs of farmers, especially women farmers. In addition, good practices and experiences of the Rural Women Services Unit of the Department of Training, Extension and Publication of the MFAL were shared . In the long term, it is expected that through more effective targeting, delivery of services and better impact assessment, public extension and rural advisory services will be able to reach rural women more efficiently. Rural women will improve their knowledge, skills and capacities in agricultural production and economic diversification, which will lead to socio-economic development, including rural income generation and improved household food security and livelihoods. The project also contr ibuted to FAO’s efforts in rural poverty reduction, as well as its support for innovation in service provision

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