Gender in Agriculture (Self-paced)

Gender in Agriculture (Self-paced)

Women play a vital role as agricultural producers and as agents of food and nutritional security. Yet relative to men, they have less access to productive assets such as land and services such as finance and extension. A variety of constraints impinge upon their ability to participate in collective action as members of agricultural cooperative or water user associations. In both centralized and decentralized governance systems, women tend to lack political voice.

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MARK

Submitted 11:50 am, May 16, 2017

WOMEN MUST BE EMPOWERED TO PARTICIPATE FULLY IN AGRICULTURE

Kingsley

Submitted 8:49 am, November 5, 2017

Interesting course

Nirere

Submitted 3:11 am, May 13, 2017

Good course, in support to #EndPoverty and achieving sustainable development

Jesús Manuel

Submitted 11:05 am, March 20, 2017

great info,liked and shared!

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