Gender assessment of dairy value chains: evidence from Ethiopia

This report presents the findings from a gender assessment of dairy value chains in Ethiopia, which is part of a series of similar studies carried out as well in Kenya and Rwanda.
It aims to formulate country-specific recommendations for Ethiopia, and to contribute to developing general guidelines on how to implement gender sensitive initiatives in the dairy value chain.
The assessment considered:
ƒƒ- women and men’s roles and responsibilities, their different benefits, opportunities,
needs, constraints and challenges along the value chains;
ƒƒ- economic opportunities arising along the value chains, as well as women and men’s capacity to access them;
-ƒƒ factors contributing to reduce gender inequalities in the value chains.

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