Tanager experts Garima Joshi and Joseph Boulier examine the challenges faced by women farmers in India and explain how Tanager’s co-created projects work to address these challenges.
President Ana Bilik thanks Tanager’s partners for helping to create economic and social mobility and stability for workers around the world.
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.
Tanager is working with a group of 2,750 women farmers who will be supplying vegetables to the first IKEA store in India.
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.
In November 2017, the Walmart Foundation announced a new grant of close to $2 million to support Tanager (operating then as ASI) to undertake a new effort to increase the incomes of 15,000 smallholder farmers in the Andhra Pradesh region of India.
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Tanager partners with private sector companies in India to support smallholder producers in their supply chains to improve their livelihoods by increasing on farm productivity, demand driven crop planning, promoting gender equity on the farm and in the household, and increasing farmer access to markets.
This UN Women publication compiles practices from several world regions. It offers in-depth information on ten different practices, including detailed outlines of training courses, examples of dealing with challenges that arise in training for gender equality, and a collection of tools and activities for use in such training initiatives. Tanager’s “Gender, Rights and Collective Action” approach (developed while it operated as ASI) is featured in the compendium.
Tanager (operating then as ASI), an affiliate of ACDI/VOCA, implemented the Sunhara India program in Uttar Pradesh from 2010-2013. Sunhara, which means “prosperous” in Hindi, encouraged economic growth in horticultural value chains through inclusive market facilitation. Program efforts included a “Gender, Rights, and Collective Action” training that has been recognized by and mentioned in the UN Women Training Centre’s Compendium of Good Practices in Training for Gender Equality.