Role of microfinance institutions to enhance food security in the climate change context: gender based analysis of rural poor community of Bangladesh
Principal goal of this study is to examine the impact of climate change on the food security of rural poor women and what Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) are doing to enhance their food security in the context of climate change. Further, by identifying the problems and expectations related to present forms of MFIs it intends to explore the expected model of MFIs, which would ensure food security for the rural poor women.
In order to achieve the goal of this project following five objectives have been finalized
I) To identity the impacts of climate change on food security of rural poor women.
II) To investigate the changes in women daily labor and life style to ensure household food security in the climate change context.
III) To examine the role of Microfinance Institutions to address the changes in the lives of rural poor women due to climate change and to ensure their food security.
IV) To inspect the problems, constraints and expectations related to present forms of Microfinance Institutions to enhance food security of rural poor women in the climate change context
V) To explore a new and expected model of Microfinance Institution to enhance food security of rural poor women in the climate change context
- Publisher: Agriculture and Food Security CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS)
- Author(s): Parvin, G. Download