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Bridget Bwalya Umar,
University of Zambia
Climate variability has increased, and this affects men and women smallholder farmers differently due to their gender roles and access to resources.
Fanny Howland,
This research is about understanding the gender gaps and possible solutions in agriculture, climate change, food security and nutrition policies that can exist in Guatemala and Honduras, through narrative and policy document analysis.   
Allison Petrozziello,
Wilfrid Laurier University
This article provides a gender analysis of how transnational families of Honduran migrants in Alexandria, Virginia USA and Nacaome, Valle, Honduras. It identifies gender dimensions, such as gender motives for migration, reproductive labour, empowerment of women, and intra-familial power negotiations.