Climate Change & Environment

Enhanced Engagement in Research: Mid-Term Evaluation of the Partnerships for Enhanced Engagement in Research (PEER) Program

Author: Benschoter, E., Fonseca, C., Caro, D., Nordehn, C., Orvedal, I. | Publication Date: 2017
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This mid-term evaluation of the Partnerships for Enhanced Engagement in Research (PEER) is crucial to inform the next five years of the program. The evaluation will contribute to the Global Development Lab’s (Lab) objective to document to program effectiveness to better inform programming decisions through analysis and action-oriented recommendations for […] Continue reading

Mid-term evaluation of the Partnerships for Enhanced Engagement in Research

Integrating Gender into Forestry Research: A Guide for CIFOR Scientists and Programme Administrators

This manual supports CIFOR’s efforts to incorporate gender analysis more systematically into research. The aim is to boost understanding of gender concepts among CIFOR scientists, and to enhance their confidence and capacity for using gender analysis in forestry research, either on their own or in collaboration with other experts. Continue reading

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USAID/East Africa Gender Assessment for Agriculture and Climate Change

This report presents the findings of the second phase of a larger assignment to address gender issues related to design and implementation of the United States Agency for International Development/East Africa (USAID/EA) Regional Economic Growth and Integration (REGI) program. The effort was supported by a task order issued by the […] Continue reading

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USAID/East Africa: Report on the Regional Workshop on Gender, Agriculture, and Global Climate Change, March 20-23, 2012

This report summarizes the proceedings of a regional workshop on integrating attention to gender into agriculture and global climate change (GCC) programming in East Africa. It was held March 20-23, 2012 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. It was an outgrowth of an eighteen month process to identify key gender issues […] Continue reading

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Gender Assessment: USAID/Ghana

USAID/Ghana is in the process of developing a new Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) that will cover fiscal years 2011-2015. The new strategy will focus on the same four development objectives (DO) as the current strategy: Economic Growth, Education, Democracy and Governance, and Health. The USAID/Ghana Mission anticipates substantially realigning […] Continue reading

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Gender, Agriculture, and Climate Change: An Analysis for USAID/East Africa

Executive Summary: This report reviews the gender implications of the activities of the United States Agency for International Development/East Africa (USAID/EA) Regional Economic Growth and Integration (REGI) program with particular reference to the Feed the Future and the climate change initiatives. In East Africa, there is a need to incorporate […] Continue reading

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External Evaluation Panel Report 2006: Sustainable Management of Rural Watersheds (SUMAWA) Project: Biophysical, Livestock and Human Interactions in the Njoro River Watershed

The Sustainable Management of Watersheds Project (SUMAWA) is a multi-disciplinary research effort focusing on the River Njoro watershed in Kenya, involving collaboration between scientists based in two Kenyan universities (Egerton and Moi), three US universities (University of Wyoming, University of California–Davis, and Utah State), and two Kenyan government institutions (Department […] Continue reading

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Gender Assessment of USAID/Mexico Environment Program with focus on Conservation International’s Usumacinta Watershed Program in Chiapas

USAID/Mexico launched its new country program under the Central America Mexico Regional Strategy in October 2003. USAID/Mexico’s new Environment Program focuses on conservation of critical natural resources and biodiversity, with an emphasis on watershed management through improved community participation and the creation of linkages between conservation and economic opportunities. With […] Continue reading

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