If more collaborative research methods can help mitigate climate change, build sustainability, and address inequities, why aren’t they more widespread?
Traditional farming practices have nourished communities for thousands of years. Learning from these techniques can lead to sustainable, equitable solutions to feed the world.
Trainings focused on formalizing gender equity can help empower women in agricultural communities.
Recent research shows that dismantling gender inequalities in agrifood systems can boost economic growth, food security, and resilience to climate shocks.
Solutions developed by and for women farmers can help break the cycle of poverty and food insecurity.
Three organizations have partnered in the development of Agripath, a project which will test the effectiveness of digital, in-person, and hybrid extension services across five countries over five years.
To address gender inequality and youth unemployment, farmers collectively decided to donate land for women and youth to communally tend to.