Gender Equality, WEE and Social Inclusion in Market Systems and Value Chains: Frameworks, Tools and Approaches with a Focus on Asia Pacific: Annotated Bibliography - prepared by Emily Miller (2018).
Gender-responsible value-chain tool kits
KIT, Agri-ProFocus, and IIRR. 2012. Challenging Chains to Change: Gender Equity in Agricultural Value Chain Development. Amsterdam: KIT Publishers.
FAO. 2016. Developing Gender-Sensitive Value Chains – A Guiding Framework. Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
Jones, L. (2016) Women’s Empowerment and Market Systems: Concepts, practical guidance and tools (WEAMS Framework.)The BEAM Exchange, accessed from https://www.beamexchange.org. © 2016 The BEAM Exchange.
Mayoux, L., and G. Mackie. 2007. Making the Strongest Links: A Practical Guide to Mainstreaming Gender Analysis in Value Chain Development. Addis Ababa: International Labour Organization (ILO).
Rubin, D., and C. Manfre. 2014. “Promoting Gender-Equitable Agricultural Value Chains: Issues, Opportunities, and Next Steps.” In Gender in Agriculture: Closing the Knowledge Gap, edited by A. R. Quisumbing, R. Meinzen-Dick, T. L. Raney, A. Croppenstedt, J. H. Behrman, and A. Peterman, 287–313. Rome: FAO and Springer Science + Business Media B.V.
Senders, A., A. Lentink, M. Vanderschaeghe, and J. Terrillon. 2013. Gender in Value Chains. Practical Toolkit to Integrate a Gender Perspective in Agricultural Value Chain Development. Arnhem: Agri-ProFocus.
Rubin, D., C. Manfre, and K. Nichols Barrett. 2009. Promoting Gender Equitable Opportunities in Agricultural Value Chains: a Handbook. Washington, DC: US Agency for International Development.
Chan, M. K. 2010. “Improving Opportunities for Women in Smallholder-based Supply Chains: Business case and practical guidance for international food companies.” Accessed 12 May, 2018. http://agriprofocus.com/upload/Bill_and_ Melinda_Gates_Improving_opportunities_for_women_in_small_scale_supply_chains_-guide1428576461.pdf.
Oxfam (2014) Gender Action Learning System: practical guide for transforming gender and unequal power relations in value chains.
Gender considerations in upgrading to global market:
Bamber, P., and C. Staritz. 2016. The Gender Dimensions of Global Value Chains. Geneva: International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development.
A literature review of gender-integrated value-chain tool kits:
Stoian, D., Donovan, J., Elias, M., & Blare, T. (2018). Fit for purpose? A review of guides for gender-equitable value chain development. Development in Practice, 28(4), 494-509.
Coles, C., and J. Mitchell. 2011. Gender and Agricultural Value Chains: A Review of Current Knowledge and Practice and Their Policy Implications. Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Accessed 12 May, 2018. www.fao. org/3/a-am310e.pdf.
Bullock, R., Gyau, A., Mithoefer, D., & Swisher, M. (2018). Contracting and gender equity in Tanzania: using a value chain approach to understand the role of gender in organic spice certification. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 33(1), 60-72.
Donovan, J., D. Stoian, and K. Poe. 2017. “Value Chain Development in Nicaragua: Prevailing Approaches and Tools and Persistent Gaps.” Enterprise Development and Microfinance 28 (1–2): 10–27.
Elias, M., and J. Carney. 2004. “The Female Commodity Chain of Shea Butter: Burkinabe Producers, Western Green Consumers and Fair Trade.” Cahiers de Geographie du Quebec 48 (133): 71–88.
Ingram, V., J. Schure, J. C. Tieguhong, O. Ndoye, A. Awono, and D. M. Iponga. 2014. “Gender Implications of Forest Product Value Chains in the Congo Basin.” Forests, Trees and Livelihoods 23 (1–2): 67–86.
Lyon, S., J. A. Bezaury, and T. Mutersbaugh. 2010. “Gender Equity in Fairtrade–Organic Coffee Producer Organizations: Cases from Mesoamerica.” Geoforum 41 (1): 93–103.
Manchon, B., and M. Macleod. 2010. “Challenging Gender Inequality in Farmers’ Organisations in Nicaragua.” Gender and Development 18 (3): 373–386.
Oduol, J. B. A., D. Mithöfer, F. Place, E. Nang’ole, J. Olwande, L. Kirimi, and M. Mathenge. 2017. “Women’s Participation in High Value Agricultural Commodity Chains in Kenya: Strategies for Closing the Gender Gap.” Journal of Rural Studies 50 (2017): 228–239.
Quisumbing, A. R., D. Rubin, C. Manfre, E. Waithanji, M. van den Bold, D. Olney, N. Johnson, and R. Meinzen-Dick. 2015. “Gender, Assets, and Market-Oriented Agriculture: Learning From High-Value Crop and Livestock Projects in Africa and Asia.” Agriculture and Human Values 32 (4): 705–725.
Shackleton, S., F. Paumgarten, H. Kassa, M. Husselman, and M. Zida. 2011. “Opportunities for Enhancing Poor Women’s Socioeconomic Empowerment in the Value Chains of Three African Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPs).” International Forestry Review 13 (2): 136–151.
Terrillon, J. 2010. Gender Mainstreaming in Value Chain Development: Practical Guidelines and Tools. Corporate Network Agriculture SNV. The Hague: Corporate
Armbruster, S., Solomon, J., Blare, T., and Donovan, J. (2019) Women’s time use and implications for participation in cacao value chains: evidence from VRAEM, Peru, Development in Practice, DOI: 10.1080/09614524.2019.1604630
Napier, M., C. Melamed, G. Taylor and T. Jaeggi, 2013, Promoting Women’s financial inclusio: A toolkit. DFID, GIZ. TopKopie GmbH, Frankfurt am Main. February 2013.