Poverty squares and gender circles: unravelling agriculture gaps, challenges and opportunities in the Eastern Gangetic Basin

Overview and Objectives

The overall aim of this project is to reduce gender inequalities in the face of evolving governance, economic and environmental changes by generating new knowledge applicable for development practice and building capacity of relevant stakeholders and actors.

The project's vision of success was to develop analytical and conceptual tools that can be adapted and applied in different contexts to: i) understand the intricate linkages between poverty, gender and agriculture, and ii) generate operating principles and strategies for interventions and investments at scale. During the inception phase, they applied the theory of change method to outline specific activities and strategies, however two key strategies are central to the project


  • Knowledge dissemination: 'easy to grasp' tools and methods to communicate complex gender-poverty intersections at multiple levels with multiple actors, and
  • Capacity development: influence innovative design, pilot and review of gender-aware approaches in services, inputs and product markets.

  • Project Details

    Project Team


    Dr.Aditya Bastola

    Suchita Jain


    Our Address
    Plot No. 164, First floor,
    Road no.6, Vayupuri,
    Secunderabad, Telangana
    +91 40 29998042


  • Water Policy & Governance
  • Periurban Water Security
  • Climate Change and Water
  • Water and Gender
  • Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
  • Water Quality

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