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Lessons Learned Synthesis Paper: Gender Integration and the Canadian International Food Security Research Fund

F. Wong, D. McLachlin, S. Sarapura, K. Danielsen

This paper presents an overview of main findings of perspectives and lessons on integrating efficiently and effectively gender in research and development programs. These have been gleaned from the gender synthesis of the Canadian International Food Security Research Fund (CIFSRF) undertaken by KIT Royal Tropical Institute

in particular, this synthesis of the program addresses five main questions.

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