I am a freelance consultant specializing in gender analysis in value chains and in climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies. I have gained professional experience in many countries around the world.
My employers include FAO, CCAFS, CIMMYT, WorldFish, ILRI, ICARDA, World Bank, IFAD, GIZ, SIDA, UNDP Myanmar, USAID Kenya, and USAID Zambia. My Profile contains selected downloadable publications, my CV, and my professional profile.
I was brought up in a small hamlet in Cornwall. Warleggan is on the very cusp of Bodmin Moor, with beech woods and fields stretching to the sea in front, and wild moors behind. The Pandia page provides details of our lovely holiday cottage which can be rented throughout the year. The Warleggan pages provide some images of our local landscape. Here you can read about our wonderfully eccentric vicar Reverend Densham, and the lives of some parishioners. The Cornwall pages provide a fragmentary glimpse of our many magical beaches. Here and there you can see photographs of Jürgen, my husband, and Katinka and Rozelle, our daughters.
Cathy Rozel Farnworth
Cathy Rozel Farnworth (PhD) is a social scientist with a strong theoretical and practical background on gender issues in agriculture, value chains and climate change. She has spent many years living and working overseas on behalf of a variety of development partners, academic and research institutions.
A spacious cottage full of light, Pandia is a former coachhouse with wide doors for horses and carriages. It was built in the early 1700s and stands amid magical gardens visited by Queen Mary. Pandia sleeps five people and pets are welcome. Enjoy exploring the three acres of unfenced gardens...
My father, Roger Farnworth, was a superb painter of landscape, nudes and flowers. Roger worked in Palestine as an Ecumenical Observer for EAPPI and supported many people around the world in their quest for dignity and a better life. My mother Laura was a great naturalist with a keen knowledge of birds and flowers.