Webinar Series: Gender and Nutrition in Livestock Systems
How can livestock researchers incorporate important gender and nutrition dimensions into their projects? This three-part webinar series addresses the integration of gender and nutrition into the:
- data collection and analysis, and
- final reporting of livestock research projects.
Watch the series here, and learn how to integrate gender and nutrition into each stage of the project lifecycle.
Increasingly, the integration of gender and nutrition is a requirement for research for development projects, particularly if they are in developing countries, to increase the impact of such projects. Yet relatively few resources are available on how to integrate gender and nutrition into livestock projects across the entire project life cycle.
Dr. Sarah McKune and Dr. Kathleen Colverson from the University of Florida are the principal research scientists and leaders of the Livestock Systems Innovation Lab’s Human Health and Nutrition, and Gender in Livestock Systems cross-cutting themes, respectively. They tailored presentations for livestock researchers and use their extensive field experience to present practical suggestions and recommendations.
Lead, Human Health and
Lead, Gender in
Webinar 1: Integration of gender and nutrition into the design of livestock research projects
Webinar 2: Integration of gender and nutrition into data collection and analysis of livestock research projects
Webinar 3: Integration of gender and nutrition into final reporting of livestock research projects
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