Covid19

Gender Implications for EAS during COVID-19

Download article as PDF The social impacts of COVID-19 have important implications to food security and, like many other social and environmental calamities, are not gender or spatially neutral. In many regions across the world, deep-rooted gender norms that devalue women’s unpaid domestic labor burdens also marginalize the health, nutrition, and decision-making power of women and girls. In 2017, FAO reported that...

Successful partnership with odisha government for effective agri strategy in times of covid-19

Download article as PDF Working closely with the Government of Odisha, ICRISAT has helped develop a mitigation strategy for agriculture for COVID-19-related challenges. It involves safeguarding harvest-ready crops, arranging for distribution of perishables and preparing for the next crop season. Read more in this article, originally published in The Pioneer. COVID-19 could not have caught India...

Stronger local food value chains can leave eastern and southern Africa more resilient post covid-19

Download article as PDF COVID-19 has seized the drylands of Eastern and Southern Africa (ESA), home to some of the world’s most vulnerable people. Mitigation efforts by governments in the region are starting to have significant adverse impacts on local food value chains. Lockdowns are in place in Zimbabwe, Uganda and partially in Kenya. In...

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