September 2016
GREAT Theme 1, Roots, Tubers, Bananas is underway in Uganda
September 12 marks the inception of the first GREAT training.  Stay tuned to our website and social media for updates
Participants at the pilot GREAT training, 2016 July in Kampala
Margaret Mangheni, Makere University (left) and Hale Tufan, Cornell University.
Welcome to GREAT, from Margaret and Hale

As co-leaders of the GREAT project, we are excited to inform you that the GREAT Theme 1 course is underway. The GREAT vision is based on a premise: That agricultural research projects are often designed with little consideration of how the
research outputs, technologies and interventions will impact men and women.

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Meet the participants of Roots, Tubers, and Bananas

Thirty-three researchers, sixteen trainers from twelve countries, eleven teams, from four continents. They are GREAT's first training cohort.

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Gender Resources

GREAT is proud to announce a searchable online resource for finding journal articles, book chapters, toolkits, and more related to gender responsive training in Africa and around the world. We will keep this growing so make sure to check back often.

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Please visit GREAT's website and follow us on social media as we begin our first training.  Our next training, Gender Responsive Grains Breeding, will start in September 2017, details will be available in early 2017 on our website and through this newsletter.

Thank you,
Margaret Mangheni and Hale Tufan