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Making

International Labour Organization

The strongest links
A practical guide to mainstreaming gender analysis in value chain development

Linda Mayoux Grania Mackie

MAKING THE STRONGEST LINKS
A practical guide to mainstreaming gender analysis in value chain development

"Mainstreaming gender analysis in value chain development is likely to encourage creative thinking about arange of different potential strategies for upgrading of the value chain as a whole and also protecting the interests of those most vulnerable at specific stages within it."

Linda Mayoux Grania Mackie

International Labour Organization

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Mayoux, Linda; Mackie, Grania A practical guide to mainstreaming gender analysis in value chain development / Linda Mayoux and Grania Mackie ; International Labour Office. - Addis Ababa: ILO, 2008 1 v. ISBN: 9789221202072; 9789221202080 (web pdf); 9789221202097(CD-ROM) International Labour Office Guide / gender mainstreaming / gender equality / woman worker / value chains / developing countries 03.02.2

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Contents

FOREWORD ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS GLOSSARY PURPOSE OF THE GUIDE INTENDED USERS OF THIS GUIDE INTRODUCTION: MAKING THE STRONGEST LINKS: GENDER & VALUE CHAIN DEVELOPMENT Gender equality,decent work and pro-poor development BOX 1: PRO-POOR GROWTH, DECENT WORK AND PRO-POOR DEVELOPMENT Making the strongest links: Gender and value chain development PART 1: GENDER EQUITABLE VALUE CHAIN DEVELOPMENT: CONCEPTS AND FRAMEWORKS SECTION 1.1: VALUE CHAIN DEVELOPMENT: APPROACHES AND VCD CYCLE What is Value Chain Development? Different Approaches BOX 2: WHAT ARE VALUE CHAINS? GEVCAL Value chain...
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