Publication Poster

Participatory Approaches Enhance Sustainable Land Management

The INTERFACES project adopts a social learning approach for the development of gender-responsive theories of change to aid in the dissemination and uptake of sustainable land management innovations.

Published: 11th July 2024

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Peter Asare-Nuamah presented the preliminary draft of the gender-responsive theory of change that was collectively and participatorily developed with diverse stakeholders in Tamale, Northern Ghana. The poster highlighted the importance of engaging diverse stakeholders and actors selected from different realms of land governance and usage in sustainable land management. From the poster, collaborative engagement of stakeholders through social learning contributes substantially to the alignment of implementation research to the realities, needs, contexts and visions of local actors, gender and other social groups, thereby improving the uptake of research results and innovations.