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Stakeholder Dialogues – Stakeholder Dialogues. Thalia Kidder and Mulu Tesfaye, Oxfam GB June 28, 2010. Stakeholder Dialogues. Contribute to research Support communications Review & ‘own’ findings Wide range of actors Women smallholders!. Stakeholder Dialogues – 3 rounds.

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Stakeholder Dialogues – Stakeholder Dialogues

Thalia Kidder and Mulu Tesfaye, Oxfam GB June 28, 2010

stakeholder dialogues
Stakeholder Dialogues
  • Contribute to research Support communications Review & ‘own’ findings
  • Wide range of actors Women smallholders!
stakeholder dialogues 3 rounds
Stakeholder Dialogues – 3 rounds

Phase 1:Research on Collective Action

Phase 2:Strategies for Promoting Collective Action

Developing in-depth case studies to map and identify the best strategies for development actors to use in support of women’s collective action

Identifying under which conditions different forms of collective action in agricultural markets can produce gender-equitable outcomes

March /April 2010

January2011

Oct / Sept2011

Stakeholder

Dialogues

stakeholder dialogues phase 1
Stakeholder Dialogues – Phase 1

Deliver on Research

  • Sub-sector Selection
  • Mapping Collective Action
  • Concepts
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Stakeholder Dialogues – Phase 1

Deliver on Research

  • Sub-sector Selection
  • Mapping Collective Action
  • Concepts

Wide Range of Actors

  • Primary Stakeholders – 60%
  • Of Smallholders, Women: 50%
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Stakeholder Dialogues – Phase 1

Deliver on Research

  • Sub-sector Selection
  • Mapping Collective Action
  • Concepts

Wide Range of Actors

  • Primary Stakeholders – 60%
  • Of Smallholders, Women: 50%

Communications Strategy

  • Outreach, documentation
  • Mechanisms for follow up
stakeholder dialogues contribution to research
Stakeholder Dialogues: Contribution to Research

Preparation phase

In session

Region 1

  • PARTICIPANTS:
  • Discuss RANKING
  • Confirm SHORT list
  • CATEGORISE and PREFERRED list
  • C. A. MAPPING – INVENTORY
  • Support to research
  • RESEARCHERS:
  • LONG LIST of SUB-SECTORS
  • MATRIX for RANKING
  • EXCLUDE: no WCA

In session

Preparation phase

  • RESEARCHERS:
  • Presentation
  • PARTICIPANTS:
  • Confirm 3 sub-sectors per region
  • Further develop CA inventory RESEARCHERS AND PARTICIPANTS:
  • support to research process
  • mechanisms for comms, follow-up
  • RESEARCHERS:
  • Evidence on Preferred sub-sectors
  • Prepare presentation: overlaps & research considerations

Two regional stakeholder dialogues / country

Region 2

  • PARTICIPANTS:
  • Discuss RANKING
  • Confirm SHORT list
  • CATEGORISE and PREFERRED list
  • C. A. MAPPING – INVENTORY
  • Support to research
  • RESEARCHERS:
  • LONG LIST of SUB-SECTORS
  • MATRIX for RANKING
  • EXCLUDE: no WCA

National stakeholder dialogue

sub sectors listing and ranking example from sikasso mali
Sub-sectors: Listing and Ranking Example from Sikasso, Mali

Long List Sub-sectors: Women’s Participation & Market Potential

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Sub-sectors: Categories of Markets

Categories have implications for women’s collective action

sub sectors categories of markets jima ethiopia
Sub-sectors: Categories of MarketsJima, Ethiopia

Categories have implications for women’s collective action

contribution to research understanding concepts
Contribution to Research: Understanding Concepts
  • Criteria?
    • women’s participation and market potential
  • Sub-sector?
    • Great debates! “Closely-related products; linked by raw material; scope depends on range and complexity in zone”
  • Collective Action?
    • formal and informal: “collaboration on a regular basis…”
    • the significance of collective action in women’s power in markets
  • Research…
    • is learning relevant for other sub-sectors
    • is focused – not on all gender inequalities & barriers for women
stakeholder dialogues wide range of actors conveners
Stakeholder Dialogues Wide Range of Actors – Conveners
  • Mali:
  • National Federation of Rural Women (FENAFER),
  • Association of Professional Producer Organisations (AOPP)
  • Ethiopia:
  • Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MoARD)
  • Organization for Rehabilitation and Development in Amhara (ORDA).
  • Ministry of Women’s Affairs
  • Network of Ethiopian Women Associations (NEWA)
  • Tanzania
  • National Network of Small-Scale Farmers Groups (MVIWATA)
  • Tanzania Association of Women Leaders in Agriculture and Environment (TAWLAE)

Ms Mestefaker (MOARD)

Ms Engedaye Eshete (President of Women Entrepreneurs Association)

Rahel Tesema (OGB Gender Advisor)

stakeholder dialogues wide range of actors women small holders
Stakeholder Dialogues Wide Range of Actors – Women Small Holders
  • Smallholders, producer organisations and unions, women traders, private sector, academics, government ministries, international and national NGOs
  • Required significant outreach and networking (learning by doing!)
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Stakeholder Dialogues - Communications
  • Video documentation
  • Newsletters
  • Participants’ communications
  • Media reports in Tanzania & Ethiopia
  • Reference Groups set up
  • Wiki pages
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Stakeholder Dialogues

Ambitious

Groundbreaking

Challenging

Results!

building on existing initiatives
Building on Existing Initiatives
  • Use of national learning forums
  • Regional multi-stakeholder taskforces
  • Zonal Value Chain Forum
potential influence of research
Potential influence of research
  • For development actors to go beyond current focus on formal institutions
  • Recognition of the significance of informal collective action for women’s livelihoods
  • Engagement of women’s standing committee of parliamentarians
  • Involvement of Ministries
opportunities for impact
Opportunities for Impact
  • SDs increases outreach to stakeholders
  • New ways of addressing women’s empowerment: informal collective action previously hidden
  • In SDs new issues exposed that increase our understanding of trends:
    • e.g. impact of technology and globalisation on women’s collective action in honey & spices
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SDs: Lessons and practical issues
  • Keeping power balance in SDs
  • Underestimation of time the SD preparation and design requires
  • The demand of stakeholders to support innovations in women’s collective action as part of the process (before research concludes)