Who Can Feed 150M People? Women Farmers Can

The face of rural farming is changing. Women farmers in developing nations are critical to  life and survival in rural communities. But the gender gap continues to fuel hunger:

  • Laws and traditions prevent women from owning and inheriting land.
  • Women own smaller, poor quality land, resulting in less productive crops.
  • Women have limited access to quality seeds, fertilizers and equipment.

If given similar resources as men, women could reduce hunger by 150 million people.

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