A day in the life of a female farmer in Azerbaijan

Just Another Day: one day in the life of a female farmer in Azerbaijan.

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Location: Azerbaijan

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GEM (Gendered Enterprise & Markets) is OGB's holistic market-systems approach to sustainable livelihoods development that consolidates our expertise in gender, market access and the environment. Read more.

WE-Care (Women's Economic Empowerment & Care) is an initiative to make care work more visible, and address it as a factor influencing gender equality. Access the tools here.

WEMAN (Women's Empowerment Mainstreaming & Networking) is Novib's community-led approach to empowering women and men to create change in their business and household relations.

EDP (Enterprise Development Programme) seeks to promote a more business-like approach to international development. It is, in effect, a social venture capital fund that identifies, nurtures and invests in small and growing businesses. See our work here.

ARR (Adaptation & Risk Reduction). In our work, we seek to reduce the vulnerability of small holders to disasters, and the longer-term impacts of climate change. See the tools we use to do it: PCVA, VRA.


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