PGE LAUNCHES ITS LATEST TOOL - THE PGE PROJECT METHODOLOGY, WITH SUPPORT FROM THE SAFE PLATFORM OF THE IDB
We are excited to offer our third tool to the coffee sector to encourage greater engagement with gender equity in the supply chain. The PGE Project Methodologysupports industry and development actors to implement a field level project in their own value chain. The Tool provides detailed explanations to design, plan, launch and monitor a project at a household, community, and producer-organization level. It was developed with the input of a number of industry and development professionals to ensure its applicability in a variety of settings, with funds from the SAFE Platform of the InterAmerican Development Bank provided funding. The methodology was validated within the PGE Field Level Project in Nicaragua funded by UTZ Sector Partnership Program.
The Latest Buzz
- Hear PGE Strategic Director, Kimberly Easson, speak about the newly launched PGE Project Methodology on a SAFE Platform Podcast: Accelerating Gender Equity
- UTZ Better Business Hub: A Cup of Coffee with Kimberly Easson
- Tea & Coffee Trade Journal, Straight from the Cup (p 50) - Gender and Generational Equity and Equality – A Key Factor for Supply Chain Resilience
- The Partnership for Gender Equity, 2017 Accomplishments
- Daily Coffee News: Partnership for Gender Equity Exploring Field Project Results in Nicaragua
- Global Coffee Platform: PGE Launches New Tools for Gender Equity
- Daily Coffee News: CQI's Partnership for Gender Equity Launches Equal Origins
- Global Coffee Platform: New collaboration advances collective action on gender equality
- The First Pull, National Coffee Association Blog: Gender Equity: Strengthening the Links of the Coffee Supply Chain
- Daily Coffee News: $3.2 Million for Four Farmer Focused Projects
- Perfect Daily Grind: SCAA & CQI Ask, How Can We Make Coffee Better Through Gender Equity
- Barista Magazine: Master Q&A: Kimberly Easson - Driven by Quality Coffee + Quality of Life
- ACDI/VOCA: World Bank Hosts Discussion on Gender Equity in Coffee Value Chain
- Sprudge: The Way Forward: Unpacking The Coffee Quality Institute’s Partnership For Gender Equity Report
- Stir Magazine: Gender Equity for a Resilient Coffee Supply Chain
- Daily Coffee News: Women Farmers Win At First Myanmar National Coffee Competition
- Sprudge: From Colombia to Uganda, Growing Gender Equity at Coffee Farms
- Daily Coffee News: Six Lenses on Gender in Specialty Coffee Production
- takepart.com: Women in Colombia's Coffee-Growing Families Are Taking a Seat at the Table
- Daily Coffee News: The CQI Gender Initiative and Why Industry Should Care About Equity at Origin
- McKinsey Global 2016: Realizing Gender Equality's 12 Trillion Economic Opportunity
- UN Women Report - Leave No One Behind, September 2016
- McKinsey US 2016: Women in the Workplace (US Focus)
- UN Women Report - Women and the SDGs, SDG 5
- SCAA Critical Issues Brief: Blueprint for Gender Equality in the Coffeelands
- Strengthening the Links of the Coffee Value Chain, March 21, 2018 with Beth Ann Caspersen, Olga Cuellar of S&D Coffee and Tea, Nora Burkey and Kimberly Easson of PGE
- Strengthening the Links of the Coffee Value Chain through Gender Equity NCA Webinar, June 21, 2017 with Kimberly Easson, Chad Trewick and Samantha Veide (NCA membership required)
- Learning, Engagement, Action: Gender Equity in the Coffee Sector Webinar with the Global Coffee Platform, June 6, 2017
- Update on PGE's Work, October, 2016 with Samantha Veide, Nora Burkey, Aimee Russillo, Kimberly Easson
- Addressing Gender Equity in Coffee - What do I need to know? October, 2016, SCAA webinar with Kim Elena Ionescu, Kimberly Easson and Cristina Manfre
- Gender empowerment and women’s empowerment do not aim to promote one sex over another. Rather, gender empowerment is the ability for men and women to participate equally in society at the household, community, and national levels, especially regarding economic and political decision-making.
- Women’s empowerment narrows the focus when there is a gap in equality and equity in order for women to have the ability to realize their full potential and participate in society as decision-makers. Both gender empowerment and women’s empowerment work to create a balanced society.
- Gender equity deals with justice and fairness and means that women and men have the same opportunity, taking into account their respective needs and historic disadvantages.
- Gender equality means and that men and women are equally valued and free from stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination so that opportunities do not depend on being a man or a woman. Gender equity can be a pathway to gender equality.