Leaving no one behind: how women seize control of wheat-maize technologies in Bangladesh

Cathy Rozel Farnworth, Tahseen Jafry, Siddiqur Rahman, Lone B. Badstue

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Abstract

Bangladesh is strongly committed to the "leave no one behind" principle of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. However, social norms and institutional biases in agricultural organisations can prevent indigenous peoples and women from participating in wheat-maize innovation processes, as they rarely meet the requisite criteria: sufficient land, social capital or formal education. The GENNOVATE (Enabling Gender Equality in Agricultural and Environmental Innovation) research initiative in Bangladesh shows that indigenous Santal women are obtaining access to and benefiting from wheat-maize innovations, enabling low-income Muslim women to benefit as well.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)20-39
Number of pages20
JournalCanadian Journal of Development Studies
Volume41
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2020

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