Gender and Nutrition in Extension - Success Story Competition
The Gender & Nutrition within Extension success story competition aims to capture real-life case studies of stakeholders in Uganda who are strengthening Agricultural Extension & Advisory Services by integrating gender and nutrition approaches, leading to improved livelihoods for smallholder farmers.

This is not a traditional success story competition! We want to hear
- What approaches are working well?
- What are the struggles & challenges in integrating gender & nutrition?
- What are lessons learned?
- What are some best-practices that you have encountered?

Cases can be about a big program intervention, or about a small practice that made an important difference to your work

Example Themes & Actions:
- Utilize gender analysis to inform service/program design and implementation
- Diversify production to meet nutritional needs
- Provide market oriented advisory services
- Encourage small scale production such as Homestead gardens

After completing this form, please send photos and videos to Gender and Nutrition in AEAS COP WhatsApp group. +256 784 435801. Please label your photos with name, organization, and description of the photo.

Integrating Gender & Nutrition with Agricultural Extension Services (INGENAES) Project together with the Uganda Forum for Agricultural Advisory Services (UFAAS) have been operational in Uganda since September 2014. INGENAES project is funded by USAID through the Feed the Future initiative.

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