Tag Archives: Learning for Gender Integration

Standing in front of UN building

Why We Continue the Complicated, Messy, Slow Work in Gender

Posted on 14. Mar, 2014 by .

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Earlier this week I had the opportunity to speak about LWR in front of an audience of other non-governmental organization (NGO) workers at the United Nations. It was part of an event at the fifty-eighth session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women. I was invited to talk about LWR’s Learning for Gender […]

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International Women’s Day (part 2)

Posted on 08. Mar, 2013 by .

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In yesterday’s blog post, I talked about how this International Women’s Day coincides with the start of LWR’s Learning for Gender Integration (LGI) initiative, where we hope to learn how to create equal opportunities for men and women to benefit from our work in communities around the world. Today I’d like to talk a bit […]

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seven women working in a field

International Women’s Day

Posted on 07. Mar, 2013 by .

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Tomorrow, March 8, we observe International Women’s Day (#IWD), an international holiday created to inspire women and celebrate achievements toward gender equality. It just so happens that this year IWD coincides with the start of a very special initiative that Lutheran World Relief is undertaking toward the same goal. We are kicking off three special […]

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Man and Woman in India kneel among vegetables

Addressing How Gender Affects Food Security

Posted on 03. Jan, 2013 by .

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Food security — or all the factors that provide for sufficient, safe and nutritious food — is an issue that is at the heart of LWR’s work around the world. Our work to improve agriculture among small farmers and provide clean water for consumption, or irrigation, is so that families around the world can have […]

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Gender Integration in Uganda

Posted on 20. Sep, 2012 by .

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“We don’t have power. Men have power over everything in the home. You can work hard in his garden but he won’t pay you anything.” – A woman farmer, and member of NAMUBUKA In August, Vasudha Pangare spent two weeks in eastern Uganda.  Vasudha is a gender consultant who does gender analyses and leads training […]

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