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Lone Badstue,
International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT)
Despite cultural and economic limitations, gender is continually being re-enacted and reproduced in Tanzania, and spaces are emerging for women and men to renegotiate gender.
Fanny Howland,
CGIAR
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.   
Eileen Nchanji,
CGIAR
Even though men make most of the decisions in relation to access to land and productive technologies, the increasing role of international organisations, especially those who push for gender equality and policies, have provided an avenue for women to be able to access these resources in the non-traditional sense.
Stephen Chitengi Sakapaji,
Sophia University
This research is about the understanding of the importance of local and indigenous knowledge systems in the climate change discourse for a better and effective adaptation that builds resilience and enhances the sustainability of the agriculture sector through innovative policies in a continously changing climate.