Exploring the potential of household methodologies to strengthen gender equality and improve smallholder livelihoods: Research in Malawi in maize-based systems

@inproceedings{Farnworth2018ExploringTP,
  title={Exploring the potential of household methodologies to strengthen gender equality and improve smallholder livelihoods: Research in Malawi in maize-based systems},
  author={Cathy Rozel Farnworth and Clare M. Stirling and Amon Chinyophiro and Andrew Namakhoma and Rebecca Morahan},
  year={2018}
}
Abstract Household methodologies (HHM) intervene directly in intra-household gender relations to strengthen overall smallholder agency and efficacy as economic agents and development actors. Strengthening women's agency is one mechanism for progressing towards collaborative, systemic farm management. It is expected this will contribute to improved farm resilience in the face of climate change, strengthen food and nutrition security, and improve other development indicators. HHM are built around… CONTINUE READING
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