International Day of Rural women was established by the United Nations in 2008 to recognize the contributions that rural women make to their households, communities, and the world.
A Tanager team attended the International Cotton and Textile Conference (SICOT) in Burkina Faso.
The IGNITE grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will shape future ways of doing business.
In celebration of our 25th anniversary, we are changing our name to Tanager, to reflect how we ourselves adapt to co-create ways for people to benefit from rapidly changing market dynamics.
On my first day of work for Tanager (then operating as ASI), I got on a plane and headed to Burkina Faso. While waiting to catch our flight to Ouagadougou, my coworker briefed me on the work we’d be doing over the next couple of weeks with the SELEVER project.
This analysis explores the gender norms, gender-specific barriers, and community dynamics that could influence women’s opportunities to be more involved in poultry production and other enterprises. The end goal is to empower women and to improve household nutritional status – particularly for women and children.