ZEF theme: Gender


Adzawla, W. and Baumüller, H.  2021.  Effects of livelihood diversification on gendered climate vulnerability in Northern Ghana.  Environment, Development and Sustainability, 23   : 923–946   . (Open Access)   Further Information
Bonuedi, I., Gerber, N., & Kornher, L..  2021.  Intervening in Cash Crop Value Chains for Improved Nutrition: Evidence from Rural Sierra Leone.  The Journal of Development Studies, : 1-17   . Further Information
SM.San, Y.O. Adam, J. Pretzsch.  2021.  A Comparative Institutional Analysis of Two Community Forests Managed under Different Governance Structures in the Dry Zone Area of Myanmar.  International Forestry Review, 23 (1)   : 90-104   . Further Information


Luu, Thi Thu Giang, Cory Whitney, and Eike Luedeling.  2020.  Generating a Conceptual Framework of Agro-Climate Information Interventions in Vietnam.  Luu, Thi Thu Giang, Cory Whitney, and Eike Luedeling. “Generating a Conceptual Framework of Agro-Climate Information Interventions in Vietnam.” In Tropentag 2020: Food and Nutrition Security and Its Resilience to Global Crises, 1, 2020. Download [PDF]
Mensah, M., and Fosu-Mensah, B. Y.  2020.  Agriculture and gender roles in the semi-arid region of Ghana.  West African Journal of Applied Ecology, 28   .
Mensah, M., Vlek, P.L.G. and Fosu-Mensah, B.Y.  2020.  Gender and climate change linkages in the semi-arid region of Ghana.  GeoJournal, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10708-020-10261-w   . Further Information
Mponela P., Villamor G.B., Snapp S., Tamene L., Le Q.B., Borgemeister C..  2020.  The role of women empowerment and labour dependency on adoption of integrated soil fertility management in Malawi.  Soil Use and Management, DOI: 10.1111/sum.12627   . (Open Access)   Further Information
Munajed, D. A..  2020.  An Intersectional Analysis of Syrian Women’s Participation in Civil Society in the Post-2011 Context.  Middle East - Topics & Arguments, 14   : 103-16   . (Open Access)   Further Information
Ojuok, I. and T. Ndayizigiye.  2020.  Women Participation in Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration for Climate Resilience: Laisamis Marsabit County, Kenya.  In: Leal Filho, Walter Nicholas Ogugu, Lydia Adelake, Desalegn Ayal & Izael da Silva (eds.): African Handbook of Climate Change Adaptation. Springer, Cham.   1-19.  Further Information
Okyere, C. Y..  2020.  Environmental quality, gender and health outcomes in Southern Ghana.  Environment, Development and Sustainability, . (Open Access)   Further Information
Tekalign Gutu Sakketa and Nicolas Gerber.  2020.  Rural shadow wages and youth agricultural labor supply in Ethiopia: Evidence from farm panel data.  Research in Labor Economics, 48   : 61-106   . Further Information


Lucie Andeltová, Delia C. Catacutan, Tobias Wünscher, Karin Holm-Müller.  2019.  Gender aspects in action- and outcome-based payments for ecosystem services—A tree planting field trial in Kenya.  Ecosystem Services , 35   : 13-22   . Further Information


Cory W. Whitney.  2018.  Collecting Food, Cultivating People: Subsistence and Society in Central Africa. By Kathryn M. de Luna. 2016. Yale University Press, New Haven. 332 pp..  Ethnobiology Letters, 9(2)   : 321-322   . (Open Access)   Download [PDF]
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Dürr, J..  2018.  Women in agricultural value chains: unrecognized work and contributions to the Guatemalan economy.  Journal of Gender, Agriculture and Food Security, 3 (2)   : 20-35   .
Manlosa, A. and D.M.S. Matias.  2018.  From gender parity to gender equality: changing women's lived realities.  Further Information
Mensah, M., Villamor, G. and Vlek, P. L. G..  2018.  Gender specific determinants of inorganic fertilizer adoption in the semi-arid region of Ghana.  West African Journal of Applied Ecology, 26   : 179-192   .
Tambo, J.A..  2018.  Recognizing farmer-generated innovations through contests: insights from four African countries.  Food Security, 10   : 1237-1250   . Further Information
Villamor, G. B., Guta, D., Djanibekov, U., & Mirzabaev, A..  2018.  Gender specific perspectives among smallholder farm households on water-energy-food security nexus issues in Ethiopia (ZEF Discussion paper series No. 258). Bonn. Available at http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/record/27312. 
Whitney, Cory; Shepherd, Keith; Krawinkel, Michael; Lanzanova, Denis; Luedeling, Eike.  2018.  Decision Analysis Tools Reveal Benefits of Fruit Trees for Enhanced Nutrition Security in Kenya.  (Open Acess) Download [PDF]
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Mekonnen, D. A., N. Gerber and J. Matz.  2017.  Gendered social networks, agricultural innovations, and farm productivity in Ethiopia.  World Development, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2017.04.020   . Further Information
Ngigi M.W., Muller U., Birner R..  2017.  Gender Differences in Climate Change Adaptation Strategies and Participation in Group-Based Approaches: An Intra-Household Analysis From Rural Kenya..  Ecologicaal Economics , 138   : 99-108   . (Open Access)  
Nischalke, S.M., M. Abebe, B.A. Wondimagegnhu, S.K. Kriesemer and T. Beuchelt.  2017.  Forgotten forests? Food potential of ancient coffee forests and agroforestry systems in south-western Ethiopian mountains, seen through a gender lens.  Mountain Research and Development, 37 (3)   : 254-262   .
Rakib M., Chakrabarti S. and Danaher P.  2017.  Gender Differentiated Social and Human Capital and the Use of Microcredit in Bangladeshi Female Entrepreneurship.  In: Ní Shé, É., L.J. Burton, P. Danaher (eds.): Social Capital and Enterprise in the Modern State. Springer Publication, 978-3-319-68114-6, 439011.   Further Information
Sakketa, TG. and M. Prowse.  2017.  Women, Wealth and Waterborne Disease: Smallholders’ Willingness to Pay for a Multiple-Use Water Scheme in Ethiopia.  Journal of Development Studies, ISSN: 0022-0388   : 15   . Download [PDF]
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Sarah Nischalke and Suman Bisht.  2017.  Challenges to women as food and risk managers in the context of floods: A case study from Tinsukia, Assam.  In: Sanjoy Hazarika and Reshmi Banerjee (eds.): Gender, Poverty and Livelihood in the Eastern Himalayas. Routledge India.   67-84. 
Thapa, P. and S. Muthusamy.  2017.  Lost in transition: menstrual experiences of intellectually disabled school-going adolescents in Delhi, India.  Waterlines, 4 (36)   . Further Information
Tigabu D. Getahun and Espen Villanger.  2017.  Labour-Intensive Jobs for Women and Development: Intra-household Welfare Effects and Its Transmission Channels.  The Journal of Development Studies, Http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00220388.2017.1327661   . Further Information
Villamor, GB, Catacutan, DC, Truong, VAT, Thi, LD.  2017.  Tree-cover transition in Northern Vietnam from a gender-specific land-use preferences perspective.  Land Use Policy, 61   : 53-62   . Further Information


Amoo-Adare E.  2016.  Renegade Architecture.  In: Janell Hobson (eds.): Are All Women Still White? Rethinking Race, Expanding Feminisms. SUNY Press.   75-88.  Further Information
Beuchelt, T.  2016.  Gender, Social Equity and Innovations in Smallholder Farming Systems: Pitfalls and Pathways.  In: Franz W. Gatzweiler und Joachim von Braun (eds.): Technological and Institutional Innovations for Marginalized Smallholders in Agricultural Development. Springer.   181-198.  (Open Acess)  Download [PDF | 251.41KB]
Catacutan, DC and Villamor, GB.  2016.  Chapter 6.2 - Gender Roles and Land Use Preferences—Implications to Landscape Restoration in Southeast Asia.  In: Chabay, I., Frick, M., Helgeson, J (eds.): Land Restoration: Reclaiming Landscapes for a Sustainable Future. Academic press.   431-440. 
Dah-gbeto, A and Villamor GB.  2016.  Gender and land use under climate variability in Northern Benin.  Ambio, 45   : 297-308   . (Open Access)   Download [PDF | 1.65MB]
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Iniesta-Arandia, I., F. Ravera, S. Buechler, I. Dıaz-Reviriego, M.E. Fernandez-Gimenez, M.G. Reed, M.Thompson-Hall, H. Wilmer, L. Aregu, P. Cohen, H. Djoudi, S. Lawless, B. Martın-Lopez, T. Smucker, G.B. Villamor, E.E. Wangui.  2016.  A synthesis of convergent reflections, tensions and silences in linking gender and global environmental change research.  Ambio, 45 (Suppl. 3)   : 383-393   .
Iniesta-Arandia, I., Ravera, F., Buechler, S., Díaz-Reviriego, I., Fernández-Giménez, M.E., Reed, M.G., Thompson-Hall, M., Wilmer, H., Aregu, L., Cohen, P., Djoudi, H., Lawless, S., Martín-López, B., Smucker, T., Villamor, G.B., Wangui, E.E..  2016.  A synthesis of convergent reflections, tensions and silences in linking gender and global environmental change research.  Ambio, 45   : 383-393   . (Open Access)  
Rakib M. and J.A. Matz.  2016.  The Impact of Shocks on Gender-differentiated Asset Dynamics in Bangladesh.  Journal of Development Studies, 52(3)   : 377-395   . Further Information
Villamor, GB and van Noordwijk, M.  2016.  Gender specific land-use decisions and implications for ecosystem services in semi-matrilineal Sumatra.  Global Environmental Change, 39   : 69-80   . Further Information


Villamor GB, Dagh-beto PA, Bell A, Pradhan U, van Noordwijk M.  2015.  Gender-specific spatial perspectives and scenario building approaches for understanding gender equity and sustainability in climate-smart landscapes.  In: Minang P, van Noordwijk M, Freeman OH, Mbow C, de Leeuw J and Catacutan D (eds.): Climate-Smart Landscapes: Multifunctionality in Practice. World Agroforestry Centre.   211-224.  (Open Acess)  Download [PDF]
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Villamor, G. B., Akiefnawati, R., Van Noordwijk, M., Desrianti, F. and Pradhan, U.  2015.  Land-use change and shifts in gender roles in central Sumatra, Indonesia.  International Forestry Review , 17 (2)   : 61-75   . Download [PDF]


Gella, A.A. and Tadele, G.  2014.  Gender and farming in Ethiopia: an exploration of discourses and implications for policy & research. FAC Working Paper 84.  Future Agricultures Consortium. Further Information
Villamor GB, Desianti F, Akiefnawati R, Amaruzaman, S and M van Noordwijk.  2014.  Gender influences decisions to change land use practices in the tropical forest margins of Jambi, Indonesia.  Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 19   : 733-755   . (Open Access)   Download [PDF]
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