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The Green Vein: Agroecology Rising in West Africa
From September to November 2019, the r4d Food Systems Caravan toured as a 50 day...
Facility-based indicators to monitor cervical cancer control services for women living with HIV
In collaboration with the International epidemiology Databases to Evaluate AIDS (IeDEA) consortium, the Cervical Cancer...
SEDUCE & CONQUER | How an invasive tree divides farmers and gobbles up land in Kenya
Beaucoup plus qu’un sport
Deux anciennes footballeuses participent au projet Kick it Like a Girl ! et partagent leurs...
DOCUMENTARY: “Double Loss”: Commercial agriculture, women and food insecurity in Cambodia
The documentary "double loss" shares first-hand accounts of the challenges faced by Cambodian rural communities...
WOMEN EMPOWERED: Vital Work Made Visible
When researchers get immersed in communities, from Brazil to Nepal and the African continent, their...
Food is Yam: How to Sustain a West African Staple that Saps the Earth
In West Africa, yam is a staple. But it saps the earth of nutrients, leaving...
Trois regards sur les mémoires plurielles de trois conflits armés
Dans le cadre du projet international de recherche Mémoires plurielles, trois jeunes chercheuses ont accédé...
No Turning Back: A Dairy Shakeup For Kenya’s Smallholders
Women have little power when it comes to land in rural Kenya. But Beatrice Yamumu,...
Rising Above Waste: The Workers Hidden in Nepal’s Mountains of Trash
Nepali women making a living sorting through landfill waste in Kathmandu get less pay and...
Three viewpoints about pluralistic memories regarding three armed conflicts
As part of the international research project Pluralistic Memories, three young researchers have obtained rare...
Invisible Work: Why Women Farmers Resist Brazil’s Ban on Artisanal Cheese
When researchers get immersed in communities, their work helps make women's work visible. ...
How to reform apprenticeship in Benin? Integrating modern and traditional systems
Traditional apprenticeship has been an important source of employment for most school dropouts and youth...
Fostering collective capabilities and action for sustainable agricultural intensification in Myanmar
In Myanmar, small-scale farmers, agribusinesses, and industrial companies are competing for access to land, causing...