Integrating gender analysis into the Sustainable Intensification Assessment Framework
East Africa / Fodder / Gender / IITA / Intensification / MAIZECRP / poster / SIIL / Southern Africa / Tanzania

Integrating gender analysis into the Sustainable Intensification Assessment Framework

This poster shows how the Sustainable Intensification Assessment Framework can be used for gender analysis in the context of Africa RISING. The framework consists of five domains: productivity, profitability, environment, human and social. One of the foci of the social domain is gender equity. Continue reading

Focus on achieving wider impacts and building resilience for larger populations, Africa RISING urged
Crop-Livestock / Event / Ghana / IITA / Intensification / MAIZECRP / Scaling / SIIL / West Africa

Focus on achieving wider impacts and building resilience for larger populations, Africa RISING urged

The Africa RISING program should keep working towards achieving wider impacts and building resilience for larger populations, USAID Bureau for Food Security program leader for sustainable intensification, Jerry Glover, has said. Continue reading

Africa / Event / Intensification / MAIZECRP / Scaling / SIIL

Africa RISING, SIIL and SIMLESA hold joint learning event on sustainable intensification and farming systems research in agriculture

Africa RISING, Feed the Future Sustainable Intensification Innovation Lab and SIMLESA exchange ideas, lessons learnt and set collaboration targets for work in sustainable intensification and farming systems research in agriculture Continue reading

Africa / Impact Assessment / Intensification / MAIZECRP / SIIL

Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Collaborative Research on SI publishes new sustainable intensification assessment framework

The sustainable intensification assessment framework is an initiative of the Africa-RISING project which develops and recommends metrics and indicators for measuring sustainable intensification under five critical determinants of project sustainability —productivity, economic, environment, human condition and social domains. Continue reading