The world needs $400 billion per year to support natural climate solutions. Currently, there is just $0.7 billion available.
Women, particularly those in Indigenous communities around the world, have been working the land for generations and know what works, says Chief Caleen Sisk.
Some 257 million women around the world who want to avoid pregnancy lack access to safe, modern methods of contraception.
During a recent interview, farmer, activist, and Co-Founder of the Women, Food and Agriculture Network (WFAN) Denise O’Brien discussed the importance of cultivating women farmers’ leadership skills and including them in decision making processes. In the 1990s, O’Brien helped launch…
A new compendium and corresponding regional dialogue series explore the potential of agroecology and the factors undermining its success.
An estimated 149.2 million—22 percent—of children under five years of age suffer from stunting.
Refugees from Western Sahara are working to develop a tilapia farm in one of Algeria’s five camps, which would increase food security and build economic autonomy.
Food 4 Farmers collaborates with coffee-growing communities in Latin America to build thriving local food hubs, diversify family income, promote sustainable agricultural practices, and cultivate local leadership.