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Kristie Drucza commented on Kristie Drucza's event 'Webinar: Changing gender norms in agriculture projects – What works in Pakistan and Ethiopia'
"The recording of the webinar is now online for those who are interested: https://gender.cgiar.org/webinar-norms-pakistan-ethiopia/"
Mar 1
Adiza Lamien Ouando is attending Kristie Drucza's event

Webinar: Changing gender norms in agriculture projects – What works in Pakistan and Ethiopia at Webinar Feb 28th 2019 2 pm Amsterdam time

February 28, 2019 from 2pm to 3:30pm
Gender-related social norms dictate how men and women act in society, the roles they play and the behaviors they aspire towards. Social norms can be a barrier to women participating in economic activities and in agriculture innovations (new farming techniques). A meta-analysis of agriculture evaluations in Pakistan and Ethiopia was commissioned to find out what works for gender norm change in agricultural projects. Unfortunately results and knowledge from projects and evaluations are not widely…See More
Feb 28
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Webinar: Changing gender norms in agriculture projects – What works in Pakistan and Ethiopia at Webinar Feb 28th 2019 2 pm Amsterdam time

February 28, 2019 from 2pm to 3:30pm
Gender-related social norms dictate how men and women act in society, the roles they play and the behaviors they aspire towards. Social norms can be a barrier to women participating in economic activities and in agriculture innovations (new farming techniques). A meta-analysis of agriculture evaluations in Pakistan and Ethiopia was commissioned to find out what works for gender norm change in agricultural projects. Unfortunately results and knowledge from projects and evaluations are not widely…See More
Feb 28
Kristie Drucza commented on Kristie Drucza's event 'Webinar: Changing gender norms in agriculture projects – What works in Pakistan and Ethiopia'
"Dear Dr Soumaya, The webinar will be recorded and will be available for viewing later on the CGIAR gender network website. best k"
Feb 28
Dr. Soumaya Ibrahim Huber commented on Kristie Drucza's event 'Webinar: Changing gender norms in agriculture projects – What works in Pakistan and Ethiopia'
"thanks for posting this event. Will there be a replay in case I cannot attend the event live?"
Feb 27
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Feb 27
Rituu B Nanda commented on Kristie Drucza's event 'Webinar: Changing gender norms in agriculture projects – What works in Pakistan and Ethiopia'
"Thanks Kristie for posting the webinar"
Feb 22
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Webinar: Changing gender norms in agriculture projects – What works in Pakistan and Ethiopia at Webinar

February 28, 2019 from 2pm to 3:30pm
Gender-related social norms dictate how men and women act in society, the roles they play and the behaviors they aspire towards. Social norms can be a barrier to women participating in economic activities and in agriculture innovations (new farming techniques). A meta-analysis of agriculture evaluations in Pakistan and Ethiopia was commissioned to find out what works for gender norm change in agricultural projects. Unfortunately results and knowledge from projects and evaluations are not widely…See More
Feb 22
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Webinar: Changing gender norms in agriculture projects – What works in Pakistan and Ethiopia at Webinar

February 28, 2019 from 2pm to 3:30pm
Gender-related social norms dictate how men and women act in society, the roles they play and the behaviors they aspire towards. Social norms can be a barrier to women participating in economic activities and in agriculture innovations (new farming techniques). A meta-analysis of agriculture evaluations in Pakistan and Ethiopia was commissioned to find out what works for gender norm change in agricultural projects. Unfortunately results and knowledge from projects and evaluations are not widely…See More
Feb 21

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via a post on pelican
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social protection, inclusion, diversity, gender, women's economic empowerment
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research, monitoring, analysis
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https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristie-drucza-b25a4550
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@kristiedrucza
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At 0:09 on January 14, 2016, Rituu B Nanda said…

Dear Kristie,

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