This brief presents the results and recommendations from a value chain gender assessment conducted from April to July 2022 within rural communities in Mzimba and Kasungu districts. This study is part of the Prioritizing Options for Women’s Empowerment and Resilience in Food Tree Value Chains in Malawi (POWER) project.
This event at CSW66 explored the opportunities for government spending plans to promote gender equality and environmental sustainability.
This project is pursuing targeted research to co-develop and test interventions and devise policy options to enhance women’s engagement and empowerment in high-potential, low-carbon food tree value chains.
Spending plans for Covid-19 economic recovery provide a major opportunity to promote gender equality and environmental sustainability.