Tagged with "Flowers & Plants"

  • IDH4Gender – The Tea and Flower Experiences

    In Kenya and Ethiopia, the tea and flowers programs work towards safer and more gender-equal workplaces. Hear from our partners why they find it important to work towards a gender-balanced…

    IDH4Gender – The Tea and Flower Experiences
  • Reducing environmental impact in the flowers sector

    The IDH Flowers and Plants program has adopted new criteria to support growers in their journey towards measuring and reducing environmental impact. These criteria include additional environmental…

    Reducing environmental impact in the flowers sector
  • New KPIs to track and evaluate gender-equality interventions

    At global level, there is increasing evidence that gender-equality interventions deliver benefits — both in terms of worker satisfaction and business performance. To empower more organizations to invest in their…

    New KPIs to track and evaluate gender-equality interventions
  • KPIs to track and evaluate gender-equality interventions

    To empower more organizations to invest in their workforce and ensure the equal treatment of women and men, a harmonized set of key performance indicators (KPIs) has been created to record…

    KPIs to track and evaluate gender-equality interventions
  • Identifying the living wage gap at farm level

    A new self-assessment tool developed in collaboration with Rainforest Alliance Rainforest Alliance and IDH developed a self-assessment tool for identifying the living wage gap at farm level. The tool,…

    Identifying the living wage gap at farm level
  • IDH for Gender

    Since the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, until 10 December, Human Rights Day, IDH is proud to be joining this year’s global 16 Days of Activism…

    IDH for Gender
  • Why a gender approach is good for workers, business and the sector

    At global level there is ample and growing evidence that investing in the female workforce aligns well with business priorities. Since 2014 we have with the Ethiopian Horticulture Producers and Exporters Association,…

    Why a gender approach is good for workers, business and the sector
  • Why should gender be addressed in our value chains?

    For the UN women campaign 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence, together with our partners and core donors we raise our voices to emphasize just how crucial we…

    Why should gender be addressed in our value chains?
  • Towards a gender approach in the Ethiopian flower sector

    This blog is written by Jochem Schneemann from Fair & Sustainable Consulting and published on their website on November 27, 2018 At global level there is increasing evidence…

    Towards a gender approach in the Ethiopian flower sector
  • PPT Gender Flowers Ethiopia

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    PPT Gender Flowers Ethiopia