Project Title

APEC Women in Agriculture and Fisheries (WiAF): Workshop on Sharing Information on Best Practices and Policies on Women Participation in Agriculture and Fisheries to Enhance Food Security and Sustainable Livelihoods in the APEC Region 

Project Year

2018   

Project Number

PPFS 03 2018 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

PPFS 03 2018 

Project Title

APEC Women in Agriculture and Fisheries (WiAF): Workshop on Sharing Information on Best Practices and Policies on Women Participation in Agriculture and Fisheries to Enhance Food Security and Sustainable Livelihoods in the APEC Region 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

General Project Account 

Sub-fund

None 

Project Year

2018 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

90,000 

Co-funding Amount

Total Project Value

90,000 

Sponsoring Forum

Policy Partnership on Food Security (PPFS) 

Topics

Food Security 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Papua New Guinea 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Australia; Canada; Chile; China; New Zealand; Peru; Philippines 

Expected Start Date

01/08/2018 

Expected Completion Date

31/07/2019 

Project Proponent Name 1

Regina Nukundj 

Job Title 1

Senior Food Security Officer 

Organization 1

Department of Agriculture and Livestock 

Postal Address 1

2nd Floor, Cetral Government Office, Kennedy Street, Waigani, National Capital District, Papua New Guinea 

Telephone 1

675 73844043/76628176 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

reginanbi@gmail.com 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Regina Nukundj 

Project Summary

Women play a vital role in the agriculture and fisheries (including aquaculture) sector.  They are instrumental in achieving food and nutrition security and in generating income along agriculture and fisheries value chains. Advancing women’s economic empowerment in agriculture can fuel dynamic local, regional and global economies. Women, however, continue to face challenges limiting their advancement and constraining their access to the resources which will enable their full participation in economic development.

This project will focus on economic opportunities and challenges affecting women’s participation in the agriculture and fisheries sectors within the APEC region. It will identify best practice and innovative policies which economies can employ to grow these sectors through more effective involvement by women (and girls). It will also identify gaps in policies that should be addressed to give significant focus to women’s economic empowerment in these sectors. It is proposed that a Compendium of APEC Best Practice for Women in Agriculture and Fisheries (WiAF) will be produced.  A two-day workshop will be organized in Chile during APEC 2019.

Relevance

Relevance – Region: Women are recognized as key agents for development and play a pivotal role in the agriculture and fisheries (including aquaculture) sector in the APEC region, particularly in the developing economies, yet very little is discussed at the APEC level to directly address the challenges and constraints women face. Improving women’s effective involvement has benefits for revenue generation, poverty alleviation and food and nutrition security. Possible opportunities that will improve their active participation in the agricultural and fisheries value chains will be identified and discussed. As primary caregivers to families and communities, women are responsible for food security and nutrition and they are also active economic participants from farm to fork. Developing a compendium of best practices for Women in Agriculture and Fisheries will be beneficial to all member economies.  It will assist APEC economies to work collaboratively to promote more women’s participation to contribute towards establishing a sustainable regional food system that can achieve food security in the region and in meeting the high demand for food by about 44% of the world’s population. 

Relevance – Eligibility: Source of funding is from General Project Account, as the project will address increased participation of women and girls to improve food production, processing, market and trade looking at their active engagement along the food value chain, policy gaps and issues faced by women in agriculture and fisheries that will lead to assist APEC economies improve their food security and nutrition, implementing the APEC Food Security Road Map Towards 2020. This also address human resource development, especially among women and youths that will enhance their capacity to contribute meaningfully to the economic development in agriculture and fisheries. 

Relevance – Capacity Building: Invited participants from member economies, expert stakeholders and women representatives will attend the workshop, and the information shared and collated during the workshop will be used to produce best practice compendium on APEC Women in Agriculture and Fisheries for endorsement by PPFS. The target audience will be policy officers from various economies who will benefit from the experience of other economies and experts who will bring both domestic and regional perspectives. Policy initiatives that improve women ‘s capacity to actively participate in the region’s economic development will be explored.

Objectives

1) To ensure that policy makers increase their knowledge of the important role women (and girls) play in agriculture and fisheries value chains particularly those value chains relevant to small holder; 

2) To develop a Compendium of Best Practices (CBP) that can assist policy makers to address the challenges and opportunities for women in agriculture and fisheries identified during the workshop; and

3) To ensure the workshop participants build their knowledge of APEC policy initiatives/recommendations and build their capacity to implement them.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC:  The project supports the APEC Food Security Roadmap Towards 2020 priority activities under PPFS Working Group 1 (WG1): Sustainable Development of Agricultural and Fisheries sectors on strengthening women farmers/fishers and small medium enterprises (SMEs). The policy discussions will create an enabling environment for women in agriculture and fisheries to address the challenges that impedes their progress and identify opportunities to increase their active participation in enhancing food security. The project supports the APEC 2018 priority on Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth and is one of three key deliverables of Food Security. It strengthens the gender mainstreaming effort under Gender Inclusivity, through the two known sustainable resource sectors (agriculture and fisheries) aligning to the PPWE Strategic Plan 2015-2018, and it’s five (5) Priority Pillars. Challenges and opportunities of Women in agriculture and fisheries will be discussed under these priority pillars.  The project outcome in policy recommendations through Guidelines on Women in Agriculture and Fisheries will be within the five pillars and proposing way forward for economies to implement to improve capacity of women. 

Alignment – Forum: This project is aligned to improve implementation of the APEC Food Security Road Map Towards 2020, where women and vulnerable groups are supported through the priority activities of the WG1. It is aligned to 2017 PPFS Multi-Year Action Plan on Food Security and Climate Change 2018 -2020. The project is also aligned to PNG APEC 2018 Priorities 2, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth.  It is one of the three key priorities under the APEC 2018 Food Security work plan. It is a new initiative initiated through the sector (agriculture & fisheries), and with APEC emphasizing women in economy empowerment being a highly esteemed policy agenda, support from PPFS and OFWG on cross-fora collaboration with PPWE will progress this through involvement of all stakeholders including private sector.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: The first project outputs is a two-day workshop that will be conducted in connection to the PPFS 13 meetings to be held in Chile in 2019. The project will bring together policy makers from the 21 member economies, experts, academia, private sector, women farmer/fisher groups, relevant international organizations to share information on best practices and policies with the view to identify the best fit or workable practices to use as guide to promote and enhance gender inclusivity in the agriculture and fisheries value chains.

Following from this workshop, the other project outputs will:

1)  be a succinct document drawing on experiences from a number of APEC economies.

2)  Compendium of Best Practices (CBP) will be developed. This is intended to be a publicly available APEC document. And would be undertaken in conjunction with and under the direction of the APEC publication policies and practices.

3)  Policy Recommendations which will be part of the CBP report and will be presented to the PPFS and OFWG and other relevant fora that have active cross-fora collaborative initiatives.

4)  Report (PCR) will be written at completion of the project. 

The report and recommendations will be circulated to 21 economies through PPFS and relevant fora such as OFWG and PPWE via emails, e-copies on the APEC Project Database, and APEC PPFS website and other relevant fora websites such as OFWG and or PPWE. 

Outcomes: While the key output of the project is intended to be a Compendium of Best Practices for promoting active participation of women in agriculture and fisheries, the longer term result sought or key outcome is to encourage behavior change that in turn results in a much greater focus on women and girls’ contribution in the food and agriculture supply and value chain, an improvement in food and nutrition security through women and girls’ participation, contribution to the achievement of improved, sustainable livelihoods in APEC, a recognition of the important role women and girls play in nutrition security and the promotion of gender inclusivity in sustainable resources management. 

Tangible outcomes comprise the following;

1)  Workshop participants’ knowledge increased regarding the role women and girls play in agriculture and fisheries value chains particularly those value chains relevant to smallholders. This will be assessed through a post workshop evaluation form.

2)  A Compendium of Best Practices for promoting active participation of women in agriculture and fisheries is produced and distributed to APEC policy makers.

3)  Policy recommendations regarding increasing the focus on women and girls’ contribution in the food and agriculture supply and value chain are provided to PPFS, OFWG and PPWE. 

The policy recommendations drawn from the Compendium of Best Practices presented to policy makers will form the basis and create the pathway for economies to review their policies on gender inclusivity and align to promote more active participation of women in the economic growth and prosperity of the APEC region. Through implementation, the outcomes are intended to contribute to economy policy development and efforts to deliver   on the UN Sustainable Development Goal # 5; Gender Equality and Goal # 2, Food Security, Nutrition and Sustainable Agriculture. 

Beneficiaries: Policy makers in the 21 APEC economies will benefit from participating in the workshop by sharing information and discussions.  Workshop participants will come from public, private sectors, non-governmental including community based organizations, women’s groups, farmer /fisher groups, and development partners. Policy makers will obtain information necessary to establish and implement policies on encouraging and enhancing women’s active economic participation. Also, policy makers can interact with the private sector and get valuable best practice and policy ideas. This will strengthen the capacity of APEC members in policy development, that will be of benefit to women as smallholder, micro-medium small enterprise and SME farmers and fishers, food value chain actors and consumers. 

Other participants including women fishers and farmers who can gain more knowledge from information exchange and establish contacts with experts to seek technical advice and guidance in their activities beyond APEC.

Dissemination

The Compendium of Best Practice Guidelines and other relevant materials will be made available for distribution to participants of member economies in the designated fora and or related fora meetings.  Also, online access by other participants through the APEC Project Database. It is noted that publication of the Compendium under the auspices of APEC and publication of the report of the two-day workshop will be presented in a print-ready format, edited in a standard of English that requires no further copy-editing. They will be prepared in accordance with the Guidebook on APEC Projects, the APEC Publication Guidelines and the APEC Logo Guidelines and will follow APEC nomenclature rules. 

The primary target audience are the policy makers in the 21 economies who will be actively engaged in advancing discussions in this policy initiative, Best Practice Guidelines on Promoting Women in Agriculture and Fisheries sector in APEC. They will implement the outcomes to their economy’s gender inclusive context and formulation of strategies for implementation to promote women’s participation in the region’s economy.

Other target audience include participants from private sector, non-government and community based organizations and women farmer/fisher folks and advocates, other relevant organizations. 

There is no intention to sell outputs arising from this project.

Gender

The project’s primary agenda is to provide a platform to engage policy makers and private and public stakeholders to converge to share information on best practices and policies that promote gender inclusion in agriculture and fisheries and identify gaps in policies that should be addressed to give significant focus to women’s economic empowerment in these sectors. 

We anticipate to see policy makers and experts from the 21 economies participate. Participants and experts will be given equal opportunities for gender balance and a 50- 50% percentage composition. We note that the project is a gender inclusive project, however at this stage, it is at a policy level and we take note that male participation is as important as female participation to support this drive holistically for high buy-in to support progress. We anticipate participants from other public and private organizations to attend and participate in discussions and contribute at the workshop in the lead up to reaching consensus on outputs of project. 

Women participants will benefit from the project through the information shared by experts and best practice models will inspire them to seek further guidance and support from experts of various relevant government and non-government agencies through contacts established during the project activities and have a clear understanding of who to reach out to within their economies.

Work Plan

This project is part of a discussion and policy dialogue process beginning in 2018 and will continue over 12 months with a view to producing a Compendium for PPFS to endorse in Chile, 2019.  The work will comprise a two-day workshop and a consultant to facilitate the workshop and prepare the reports and Best Practice Guidelines.

 Phase 1:

A two-day workshop will be hosted within the PPFS 13 meetings to be held in Chile in 2019, with participation of policy makers and experts from APEC Member Economies and external organizations.

On the first day, invited presenters from selected economies and key experts will share information on best practices and models on promoting Women in Agriculture and Fisheries value chains with relevance to the five pillars in PPWE Strategic Plan 2015-2018. The interactive discussions on the presentations will be conducted with the guidance of the facilitator towards identifying policy gaps and making policy recommendations. 

To assess effectiveness of Outcome 1 “Workshop participants knowledge increased regarding the role women and girls play in agriculture and fisheries value chains particularly those value chains relevant to smallholders” a poet workshop evaluation form will be developed. The baseline assessment of knowledge will comprise the evaluation form from the WiAF Dialogue held in PNG 4th August 2018. This will be supplemented through contact with relevant officials from economies not attending the August 2018 WiAF Dialogue and who might attend the 2019 workshop. 

In the second day, there will be presentations from invited key experts on policies and initiatives that will guide discussions. Participants will be divided into break-out groups and themes will be derived from the presentations for discussions.

Phase 2: After the workshop, the consultant will be engaged for a month (4 weeks) to develop a Compendium of Best Practices for Women in Agriculture and Fisheries in APEC using the information and outcomes from the workshop. The draft will be circulated to PPFS member economies for comments and members of related cross-fora (OFWG and PPWE). Final draft will be presented for endorsement in SOM 3, 2019. 

To assess the effectiveness of Outcome 2 “A Compendium of Best Practices for promoting active participation of women in agriculture and fisheries is produced and distributed to APEC policy makers”, following endorsement at SOM 3, 2019, the APEC policy makers receiving the Compendium will be recorded and documented. 

To assess the effectiveness of Outcome 3 “Policy recommendations regarding increasing the focus on women and girls’ contribution in the food and agriculture supply and value chain are provided to PPFS, OFWG and PPWE”, the documents comprising the recommendations provided to PPFS, OFWG and PPWE and related fora will be recorded.

Timeframe

Activity

Responsible

Agency

Output / Outcome

2018 August

1. Draft Information Paper on Project Progress

2. Present Information Paper to PPFS and

OFWG meetings SOM3, Food Security Week, August 2018.

PNG

Information Paper

2018 August –

2019 February

Workshop mobilization

1. Identify speakers and experts with help of core team/ co-sponsor economies

2. Write invitation letters and send to;

i) Potential Experts identified and, ii) 21 economies

3. Develop Contractor TOR and hire

4. Identify and secure workshop venue

PNG

APEC Secretariat (provide guide on TOR)

Consultant engaged &Speakers confirmed

2019 February

– March

Hosting of Workshop (Chile, 2019)

1.Project Management team meet with contractor 1 day before workshop to discuss workshop outline.

2. End of day review meeting with contractor and Outline of next day

3. End of workshop meeting and discuss wayforward in the development of a Compendiumand final report

PNG

2019 February

- March

Preparation of the Compendium of Best Practices  for Women in Agriculture and Fisheries in APEC

1. Contractor given 14 days to develop draft CBP

2. Circulate first draft to PO and  project core team

Consultant

Draft Compendium onWomen in Agriculture and Fisheries (WiAF)

2019 March –

April

Circulation of the final draft of the Compendium of Best Practices to 21 economies for comments by PD

APEC

Secretariat

2019 April

Incorporate comments and Finalize theCompendium on WiAF

*Contractor take 2 days to do above

PNG/Consultant

2019 May –

June

1. Draft information paper on Project Update

2. Present Project update to PPWE meetingfor cross-fora collaboration

PNG

Attend PPWE & present Information paper

2019 July

End of Project –

1. Draft Project Completion Report

2. Circulate CBP to Core Team for comments

3. Incorporate comments and finalize report

PNG

Completion Report

2019 August

1. Presentation of the Compendium of BestPractices on WiAF to PPFS and OFWG and related fora for endorsement

PNG

Compendium of Best  Practices on Women in Agriculture & Fisheries

Risks

1)  Identifying suitable speakers (experts) and the consultant (contractor) to facilitate the anticipated workshop. This risk will be managed through the assistance of co-sponsors, and core project management team.

2)  The Project Lead is in PNG and the two-day workshop is to be held in Chile. This will require close liaison and communication with Chile in the preparation of the APEC meetings at that time. This will involve an understanding of, and the provision of, information on logistics associated with holding the workshop including venue, equipment, access and security, catering and electronic facilities. It will be mitigated by i) close contact with Chilean meeting hosts, ii) experience gathered and documented from the Women in Agriculture and Fisheries (WiAF) Dialogue to be held on the 4th August in Port Moresby, PNG within the APEC Food Security Week, 4-10 August 2018 and iii) Contact with and establishment of liaison points for PNG and Chile during APEC Food Security Week in the margins of SOM3, August 2018 and a consultant with suitable international experience will be contracted to undertake the workshop preparation.

3)  The workshop participants’ attendance may not reach the desired quorum. This can be managed through early invitations and consistent follow up communication for confirmation of attendance by PNG and APEC Secretariat.

4)  The desired outputs and project objectives may not be reached. This risk will be managed with effective and consistent communication, meeting before, during and after workshop and via email and skype with experts and core team members for smooth progression of project till it ends.

5) Key decision makers (male) may not attend perceiving this to be a women’s event. This can be managed through specific invitations and constant follow-ups for confirmation of attendance with additional information on value of outcome and its impact on women empowerment in the sector.  

6) Monitoring and Evaluation of the implementation in the 21 APEC economies may be difficult after the project. This can be managed through sectoral gender inclusive reports from the member economies.

Monitoring and Evaluation

The attendance records will indicate the number of participants and completed participants evaluation of the workshop content, presentation and outcome would serve as indicators. Specifically, evaluation forms at the close of the two-day workshop will canvas the extent of the increase in Workshop participants’ knowledge regarding the role women and girls play in agriculture and fisheries value chains particularly those value chains relevant to smallholders (Outcome1). The compilation of the Compendium of Best Practices for promoting active participation of women in agriculture and fisheries will be drawn from Workshop outputs such as discussion notes and participants’ presentations of their experience and initiatives. This documentation will be collected throughout the Workshop by the Contractor selected for the Workshop and nominated rapporteurs during break-out sessions. Compilation of the Compendium will also draw on Workshop Evaluation Forms and any comments received on the Workshops proceedings after the event (Outcome 2). 

Discussions will be held with economies to identifying key speakers and consultant/facilitator to participate in the workshop and finally, the confirmation of participants to attend and on the day of hosting the workshop, actual number of participants registered will be recorded daily. Actual number of male and female participants in attendance at the workshop will give a good indication of gender coverage. Policy recommendations regarding increasing the focus on women and girls’ contribution in the food and agriculture supply and value chain will be elicited throughout the conduct of the Workshop and will be discussed in a final session to enhance and expand them as a final step in the proceedings. These will then be shared with participants immediately after the event if necessary for finalization prior to provision to PPFS, OFWG and PPWE (Outcome 3).

Linkages

This project will contribute to women’s empowerment through a sectoral drive under APEC (PPFS) and thereby anticipates to draw in other APEC and non-APEC stakeholders who advocate for gender equality (UN SDG 5). Other non-APEC stakeholders such as FAO and the World Bank have mainstreamed gender in their work in agriculture and fisheries and their experience will be drawn upon.

This project will promote cross-fora collaboration between these key fora; PPFS, ATCWG, OFWG, and PPWE. The project supports the stance taken by ABAC on women and gender empowerment and will continue to advance policy dialogues to promote women in agriculture and fisheries in APEC aligning to the five pillars under PPWE Strategic Plan 2015 -2018.

This initiative is targeted to give a significant focus to women to be more proactive and productive in economic growth through agriculture and fisheries, an approach to gender inclusivity from the sector and ensure challenges and opportunities of the women participating in the value chains are specifically addressed. It strengthens the call by APEC Leaders to promote implementation of the SDGs and in this project and beyond, contributing to achieving SDG 5, 2 and 1.

The funding of this project will be best sourced from APEC, because the project outcome and its beneficiaries are directly linked to APEC goals, roadmaps, plans/ strategies and commitment made by the leaders over consecutive years to improve the APEC economies economic growth and prosperity.

Sustainability

It is anticipated that the Compendium of Best Practices for Women in Agriculture and Fisheries in APEC will be used as information to guide member economies to provide an environment that will enable and empower women to have access to productive resources such as capital, land and markets and to improve women’s capacity for economic empowerment and to participate in economic growth.  Decision making is crucial in all aspects of economic development, and in many emerging economies, women are still faced with challenges to participate actively in the decision making process, therefore the information from the compendium will help policy makers and public, private sectors make informed decisions to develop mechanisms to improve women’s participation in various levels of the value chain. As part of the regional and global community, APEC member economies are to implement the 2030 SDGs and SDG# 5 Gender Equality and Goal # 2, Food Security, Nutrition and Sustainable Agriculture are two such goals which the WiAF Compendium will provide a step towards achieving it. 

Gender is now being mainstreamed and further sectoral initiatives from economies can be forwarded for funding under the APEC Women –sub-fund hosted by PPWE, through cross-fora collaboration projects in support of the beneficiaries. APEC encourages and promotes cross-fora collaborations and even cross-organizations between public –private organizations such as the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) and MSMEs. Therefore, the Compendium of Best Practices will provide information on best practices that could be used as a guide to promote more initiatives between related fora to strengthen linkages and promote continuity in addressing gender issues across sectors and groups. 

It is intended that, for the purposes of assessment of application of the Compendium of Best Practice and the recommendations made to PPFS, OFWG and PPWE, PNG will develop a questionnaire that will be sent to member economies requesting they submit the status of application of their Best Practices and Policy Recommendations in relation to women’s participation in various levels of the agriculture and fisheries value chains. This would then be presented to subsequent PPFS plenary meetings for discussion.

Project Overseers

The project will be jointly managed by the Department of Agriculture and Livestock (DAL) APEC Coordination Team led by Team Coordinator, Mr. Brown Konabe, Director of Food Security Branch.  The main Project Officer (PO) is Ms. Regina Nukundj who is a fulltime officer with the Food Security Branch in the Department of Agriculture and Livestock and has been working for more than 20 years as a senior food security officer. She has vast experience from production to extension, farmers, community and women in agriculture training and education and very good communicator at both economy and international level. Ms. Nukundj has been actively engaged in policy development and project management of domestic and international programs (FAO and AusAID). She is capable of managing the project and will work well with specialists and contractors who will be engaged in the project. 

Ms. Nukundj has a Master’s Degree in Tropical Animal Production from James Cook University, Townsville, Australia and an Undergraduate degree in Agriculture Science, from the University of Technology, Lae, PNG.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

The Contractor will be an internationally recruited consultant with appropriate expertise. 

The Contractor will;

1) Assist with development of breakout group questions to deliver on recommendations and Compendium material and meet with Team the day before the workshop (2 days)

2) Facilitate the workshop by ensuring speakers are prepared, have information necessary and sequenced for delivery and participants have necessary information (2 days concurrently with 3) and 4) below

3)  Act as rapporteur during the Workshop

4)  Manage the production of the recommendations before the Workshop concludes 

5)  Develops the Compendium of Best Practice Guidelines for WiAF based on the workshop outputs and information/ notes (14 days)

6)  Finalize print ready copy of Compendium following comments from member economy participants (3.5 days)

Waivers

Not Applicable.

Are there any supporting document attached?

No 
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