Gender-Inclusion in Commercial Dairy Chains in the Global South. Silja K. Heyland. Supervisors: Angelica Senders and Jan Hoekstra. 9 th July 2014. Agenda. Background Problem Definition Research Objective Research Question Methodology Results Conclusion Q uestions an d Answers
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Silja K. Heyland
Supervisors: Angelica Senders and Jan Hoekstra
9th July 2014
‘The FAO assumes that gender equity would increase food production with 20 to 30 per cent’.
A systematic overview of success factors in gender-sensitive dairy chain development in Africa, Latin America and Asia, and business arguments that can motivate local business to invest in gender-sensitive dairy chain development,are missing.
What are the key success factors of gender-inclusive interventions that enhance dairy value chain development from a business perspective in the global south?
Gender - Sensitive Value Chain Mapping
Gender and Value Chain Empowerment Diamond
- SDVCP: Measured performances of different gender compositions
- KDSCP: Elected female cooperative leader
- MASRENACE: Elected female cooperative union leader
WDCLP: Loyal milk supplier, morehygienic
All: higher milk volumesandbetter milk quality
EADD and DVCP: big spill-overeffect
BOAM: Women in committeeKDSCP: Women attractotherwomentojoinWDCLP: “If a women is in a leadership position naturally other women follow”
To Development Organization:
Nothing can stop an idea whose time has come. (Victor Hugo)