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What does it Mean to Make a ‘Joint’ Decision? Unpacking Intra-household Decision Making in Agriculture: Implications for Policy and Practice
Abstract Strategies to empower women in development contexts frequently address their authority to take decisions within their household, including decisions that are taken jointly by couples.
Gender and Climate Change in Uganda: Effects of Policy and Institutional Frameworks
 Gender and climate change issues are generally treated as cross-cutting issues, not given priority or a clear allocated budget in many of the reviewed policies. Gender mainstreaming in most of the
Gender in climate change, agriculture, and natural resource policies: insights from East Africa
Gender mainstreaming was acknowledged as an indispensable strategy for achieving gender equality at the 1995 Beijing Platform for Action. Since then, governments have made substantial efforts in
Barriers to successful climate change policy implementation in Tanzania
Smallholder agriculture and food systems in Africa are highly vulnerable and susceptible to climate-related impacts and changes, further debilitating food security (World Bank, 2009; Ramirez-Villegas
The power of narratives: Explaining inaction on gender mainstreaming in Uganda’s climate change policy
Expectations that gender‐mainstreaming efforts would effectively advance gender equality have been disappointed in contemporary sub‐Saharan Africa. Examining this apparent disconnect, we focus on the
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