Claudia Canepa
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Vu Thu Hang, Fabrizio Biondi Morra, Rituu B Nanda and 2 other members are attending Claudia Canepa's event

Webinar on Adaptive Management at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/effective-adaptive-management-in-development-online-webinar-tickets-13775437705

December 10, 2014 from 1pm to 2pm
Development is a complex task. Creating systemic change, working with local partners, and facilitating behaviour change are particularly complex activities. This means there is limited predictability as to the results of an intervention, experimentation is a must, and strategies must evolve over time in response to the local environment.As such, development actors are increasingly agreeing that managing programmes adaptively can improve their effectiveness. A growing body of evidence supports…See More
Nov 12
Rituu B Nanda commented on Claudia Canepa's event 'Webinar on Adaptive Management'
"Claudia, this seems very interesting. Will share in gender and evaluation online platform  (more than 1000 members) http://gendereval.ning.com/  and in Constellation online platform (they work on community engagement -more than 1900…"
Nov 11
Claudia Canepa posted an event

Webinar on Adaptive Management at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/effective-adaptive-management-in-development-online-webinar-tickets-13775437705

December 10, 2014 from 1pm to 2pm
Development is a complex task. Creating systemic change, working with local partners, and facilitating behaviour change are particularly complex activities. This means there is limited predictability as to the results of an intervention, experimentation is a must, and strategies must evolve over time in response to the local environment.As such, development actors are increasingly agreeing that managing programmes adaptively can improve their effectiveness. A growing body of evidence supports…See More
Nov 11
Claudia Canepa posted a blog post

Oxfam GEM Work Awarded DfID UK Aid Match grant of £5 million!

Photo caption: Woman dairy producer in Bangladesh with her recently purchased heifer cows that produce higher quality and quantity of milk. It is my pleasure to announce that the Department for International Development (DfID) recently awarded Oxfam a UK Aid Match grant of £5 million for…See More
Aug 7
Claudia Canepa commented on Jika Amah's blog post So, why aren’t policy levers helping small farmers in Nigeria?
"I am happy to announce that this blog and the recently published Nigeria case study from the Tipping the Balance project are the lead item in the Opinion section of EADI's ( European Association of Development Research and Training…"
Sep 4, 2013
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May 15, 2013
Claudia Canepa and Jessan Catre are now friends
Aug 3, 2012
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Researching Women's Collective Action

Disseminating findings from a research project conducted in 2010-13 on how women smallholders' collective action in agricultural markets in Ethiopia, Mali and Tanzania improve their incomes, strenghten their assets and increase empowerment. What do the findings mean for our work? See More
Aug 2, 2012
Claudia Canepa posted discussions
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Researching Women's Collective Action

Disseminating findings from a research project conducted in 2010-13 on how women smallholders' collective action in agricultural markets in Ethiopia, Mali and Tanzania improve their incomes, strenghten their assets and increase empowerment. What do the findings mean for our work? See More
Jan 30, 2012
Claudia Canepa posted a blog post

Highlights of findings on women's collective action in agricultural markets

 Development practitioners frequently ask: When promoting women in markets, should we work with women-only groups or mixed  (women and men) groups? Latest research findings from the Researching Women's Collective Action project indicate:Asking the question ‘which type of group works better for women?’ is too simplistic. The more appropriate question we are finding is: Which types or combination of groups…See More
Dec 1, 2011
anuj jain joined Claudia Canepa's group
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Researching Women's Collective Action

Disseminating findings from a research project conducted in 2010-13 on how women smallholders' collective action in agricultural markets in Ethiopia, Mali and Tanzania improve their incomes, strenghten their assets and increase empowerment. What do the findings mean for our work? See More
Nov 24, 2011
Claudia Canepa posted a video
Nov 16, 2011
Claudia Canepa updated their profile
Oct 24, 2011
Claudia Canepa left a comment for Nina King
"Welcome to GST, Nina!  When you get a chance, could you upload your photo? It will make it easier for people to find you. Thanks! Claudia  "
Oct 24, 2011

Profile Information

Job title
Learning and Communications Coordinator, Gendered Enterprise and Markets
Organisation name
Oxfam GB
Areas of expertise
Women's economic empowerment/leadership,market-based livelihoods approaches, urban planning, organisational learning, online facilitation, web 2.0, communities of practice, knowledge documentation
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claudia.canepa
Languages spoken
English, Spanish, French (un petit peu)

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At 7:54 on February 11, 2011, Rahel Tessema said…

Thank you Claudia for the warm welcome.

I will put my foto as you suggest.

Thanks,

At 12:39 on February 8, 2011, Bernadette Okello-Owino said…
Thanks Claudia...it was long overdue. it has a lot of interesting information. So you will "see" me here alot. Will remember to add my photo..
At 10:29 on November 27, 2010, Md. Faisal Islam said…
It is glad to know about you. I am working for the organization named Padma Research & Development Organization. Padma is a social development organization based in the south west region of Bangladesh which provides access to agricultural and market information through an ICT-enabled knowledge brokering system for marginalized farming communities especially women to improve their livelihoods. The system provides knowledge and global best-practice to rural entrepreneurs in an easy-to-understand local language format, assisting farming communities to manage their resources in a sustainable way. As a result, farmers at the grassroots level are able to form links with national and global expertise while emphasizing local development needs.

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Oxfam GEM Work Awarded DfID UK Aid Match grant of £5 million!

Photo caption: Woman dairy producer in Bangladesh with her recently purchased heifer cows that produce higher quality and quantity of milk. 

It is my pleasure to announce that the Department for International Development…

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Posted on August 7, 2014 at 17:00

Locating Women’s Livelihoods in the Human Rights Framework

 

A new discussion paper, Locating Women’s Livelihoods in the Human Rights Framework, explores the linkages between the right to livelihood and the right to food from a woman’s perspective.

 

Understanding the conceptual link…

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Posted on April 4, 2012 at 18:00

Women’s Productive Resources: Realising the Right to Food for All

 

Women’s Productive Resources: Realising the Right to Food for All was a one day round-table with Olivier De Schutter, the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food. The event was organised by PWESCR in Chennai, India, on March 30,…

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Posted on April 4, 2012 at 17:30

Highlights of findings on women's collective action in agricultural markets

 

Development practitioners frequently ask: When promoting women in markets, should we work with women-only groups or mixed  (women and men) groups?

 

Latest research findings from the Researching Women's Collective Action project indicate:

  1. Asking the question ‘which type of group works better for women?’ is too simplistic. The more appropriate question we…
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Posted on December 1, 2011 at 11:30

 
 
 

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