Women in barley farming: A gender analysis of the Diageo barley value chain in Ethiopia

CARE International and Diageo have been working together in a global partnership since 2016, empowering women and engaging men to address the root causes of gender inequality throughout the Diageo value chain and beyond. CARE has conducted an in-depth gender analysis of Diageo’s barley value chain in the Oromia region in Ethiopia to analyse the barriers and opportunities for women’s empowerment.

The full report details the research findings and lists priority recommendations to unlock greater value for businesses, sourcing communities, and women farmers.

  • Countries: Ethiopia
  • Co-authors: Diageo
  • Published: August 2018

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