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  • Impact of COVID-19 on Women Workers in the Horticulture Sector in East and Southern Africa

    This report, which is a consolidation of the six country reports, offers a brief description of how the assessments were undertaken, the key findings and concrete recommendations to governments, business, trade unions and civil society organizations. The recommendations are geared towards strengthening response to ensure protection of women’s human and labor rights during and after the pandemic.

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  • Impact of Covid-19 on Women Workers in the Horticulture Sector in Rwanda

    No one would have imagined the effect that COVID-19 would have, in almost all sectors across the globe, including horticulture. It is within this context that Hivos commissioned a rapid assessment with an aim to establish the impact of the virus amongst women in the horticulture sector, specifically in Gatsibo, Nyagatare and Rwamagana District.

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  • Impact of COVID-19 on Women Workers in the Horticulture Sector in Uganda

    This rapid assessment report is part of a large initiative led by Hivos East Africa in collaboration with Women@Work partners to promote decent work for women in the global horticulture supply chain and focuses on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on women in the horticulture sector. The rapid assessment was conducted through a phone survey carried out between April 29 and May 11, 2020.

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  • Impact of Covid-19 on Women Workers in the Horticulture Sector in Kenya

    Hivos commissioned an assessment in April 2020 to establish the impact of Covid-19 on women workers in the horticulture sector.

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  • Late Blossoms!

    Late Blossoms! is a baseline study on the implementation of the model sexual harassment policy in the cut flower sector of Kenya, commissioned by Haki Mashinani.

    Type: pdf

    Size: 554,65 KB

  • Sister to Sister

    A mentoring and sisterhood guide for women workers in flower farms.

    Type: pdf

    Size: 8,31 MB

  • Women Leadership in the Horticultural Sector Curriculum

    This manual is designed to put into action a strategy for transformative feminist leadership development in the East African Horticultural sector.

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    Size: 882,15 KB

  • Gender Audit Tool

    A guide for identifying gaps in gender responsive policies and practices at the work place.

    Type: pdf

    Size: 636,77 KB

  • Compendium of labor rights

    This compendium is a collection of gender responsive labor laws and policies at the national, continental and international level.

    Type: pdf

    Size: 2,21 MB

  • Where are we: a factsheet

    This factsheet gives a snapshot analysis of the state of ratification and reporting against regional and international instruments as well as information on the lived reality of women in the work force within these countries.

    Type: pdf

    Size: 3,21 MB

  • Baseline survey of female workers in the chilli industry in Malawi

    This baseline study for women in the chili sector in Malawi was commissioned to understand working conditions for women in the chili sector in Malawi.

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    Size: 1,63 MB

  • Eradication of sexual harassment and mitigation of HIV/AIDS in Uganda horticulture sector

    This report provides findings of the baseline study of the Women@Work Campaign implemented by National Organization of Peer Educators (NOPE Uganda) in partnership with Uganda Flower Exporters Association (UFEA) with support from Hivos. The main objective of this study was to collect qualitative and quantitative data on attitudes, knowledge and behavior related to Women@Work Campaign focusing on gender responsive practices and gender rights pronouncements in the flower sector and also focusing on community perspectives which saw the study population extended to include schools, community advocacy groups and participating partners.

    Type: pdf

    Size: 8,63 MB