This paper is intended as a guide to consideration of gender equality in projects where we collaborate with companies and other stakeholders in existing supply chains to promote responsible practice.
This guidance is intended to be used in projects and programmes where we do fieldwork visits to collect information from multiple sources.
This guidance is intended for projects or programmes where we are convenors, facilitators, and/or trainers for a process of bringing together representatives of different sectors, working toward a common goal.
This includes work to develop or revise standards, policies or guidance, or to reach regional or national agreements or commitments or to facilitate the development of a specific technical tool.
This guidance is intended for projects where Proforest supports the development and/or implementation of responsible sourcing policy commitments around soft commodities (e.g. soy, beef, palm oil, sugar, cocoa) or forest products. This work is almost always for a specific private sector client (typically a brand, manufacturer, retailer, or trader).
Gender and Social Inclusion Analysis of Customary Practices in Oil Palm Producing Areas and the Africa Palm Oil Initiative process in Ghana26 March 2019
Afua Appiah | 2018 | Proforest
Gender considerations are essential in natural resource management. In Ghana’s palm oil-producing regions, women and men often have different rights and access, especially where customary laws on...