Partnership-strengthening strategy

Voluntary collaborative action requires continuous effort to sustain and strengthen the LP itself. Just as important as planning the technical aspects of ILM is a partnership strengthening strategy. This may build on findings from a capacity or performance assessment. Partnership and leadership strengthening may include actions such as enhancing collaboration, restructuring organizations, engaging new partners, building trust, enhancing negotiation and other skills, improving communications, increasing transparency, sharing leadership roles, building multi-generational leadership or mobilizing financial support. The leadership team or LP membership as a whole can periodically assess progress in partnership strengthening.

Partnership-strengthening strategy

Partnership-strengthening strategy Tools

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Gender Inclusivity Buckets Book

  • Guide

This booklet provides background guidance for promoting gender inclusivity in project development. It presents 11 gender inclusivity buckets that address key themes essential to ensuring men, women, girls and boys can participate and benefit equally from opportunities, resources and rewards in economic and social development. The booklet can inspire gender mainstreaming on existing projects and at the same time serve as a manual for project development by showing how the gender inclusivity buckets can be translated into project interventions.

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Multi-Stakeholder Collaboration for Systemic Change: A New Approach to Strengthening Farmer Support Systems

  • Guide

This guide encourages and guides governments to develop new partnerships, enable innovation and strengthen financing for farmer support systems for sustainable commodity production. The document includes a practical Diagnosis Scorecard, which provides guidance to sustainable commodity production practitioners from government, civil society and private sector on how to collaboratively assess and strengthen farmer support systems in order to achieve the broader goal of improving livelihoods and protecting vulnerable ecosystems.

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Participatory Gender Training for Community Groups

  • Co-design
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This manual contains everything required to conduct a three-hour participatory gender training workshop. It guides staff working in agricultural communities to start open dialogues on their gender perceptions through pictures and group discussions. Throughout the training, participants in the training will reflect on their own gender perceptions, critically discuss gender roles at home and in the community, and develop bargaining skills through role play. This manual will enable landscape partners to reflect around their capabilities, value systems and existing practices to make suitable contributions and become effective partners in intervention processes. The activities and discussions in this training arose from science-based learning theories, with the intent of radically flattening predominant top-down communication structures.

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Toward Viable Landscape Governance Systems

  • Guide

This collection of innovations, lessons, and emerging good practices from a community of landscape leaders and practitioners provides the practical elements needed to understand and co-design effective landscape governance systems.

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