Europe & Eurasia

Gender Assessment: USAID/Central Asia Republics

Author: Rubin, D.; Somach, S. | Publication Date: 2010
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The legacy of decades of Soviet rule still affects the development of the five countries that comprise the Central Asian Republics (CAR) – Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan. Unlike some other countries of the Former Soviet Union (FSU), the Central Asian countries did not achieve independence through a broad-based […] Continue reading

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Gender and Community Development: Experience of GL CRSP Projects in Ethiopia, Ghana, Kazakhstan, Kenya, and Kyrgyzstan.

Author: Rubin, D. | Publication Date: 2010
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Addressing gender disparities in economic growth, particularly in agriculture, is not a new goal for development interventions, but after a hiatus in the 1990s it has received new attention in the past decade. Four research and outreach projects of the Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program working in Ethiopia, Ghana, […] Continue reading

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GATE Trip Report on Albania Agriculture Competitiveness (ACC) Project Gender Training April 13-20, 2008

The Greater Access to Trade Expansion (GATE) training team traveled to Albania from April 13 to 20, 2008. The purpose of the trip was to conduct training for the staff of the Albania Agricultural Competitiveness (AAC) Program that is funded by the United States Agency of International Development (USAID)/Albania and […] Continue reading

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Gender Mainstreaming Workshop: USAID/Armenia and Project Nova

Author: Caro, D. | Publication Date: 2006
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Between July 4 and 15, 2006, the USAID Office of Women in Development (EGAT/WID) collaborated with USAID/Armenia and Project NOVA to provide a two and a half day gender training workshop for USAID/Armenia’s health projects and associated NGO and Ministry of Health staff. The purpose of the workshop was to […] Continue reading

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External Evaluation Panel Report 2006: Developing Institutions and Capacity for Sheep and Fiber Marketing in Central Asia (WOOL) Project

The “Developing Institutions and Capacity for Sheep and Fiber Marketing in Central Asia” (WOOL) project has been carrying out a range of activities on wool and cashmere production, processing, and marketing in both Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. The project began in 2003 following the end of three small grants in the […] Continue reading

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