Gender is a key analytic category for understanding global economic processes and gender mainstreaming is the core strategy to eliminate gender inequalities and which in turn helps to ensure sustainable development in a given country. Ethiopia is signatory to various gender conventions and declarations. Much progress has been achieved in terms of building, generating political will, and establishing institutional arrangements; but practical implementation of gender mainstreaming remains a challenge. This study was undertaken in Fogera Woreda of Amhara National Regional State and has been designed to heave light on the existing Gender Mainstreaming in Agricultural Extension. Assess the current status of gender mainstreaming in agricultural extension was the focus of this study. Both qualitative and quantitative data were used to obtain reliable information from primary and secondary sources. Data analysis was done using descriptive statistics. Qualitative data were described, interpreted and appreciated. In this study, variations were observed between MHH, FHH and female in MHHs in terms of participation in different development processes and decision making.