Extension "woman to woman" - Training peasant women liaisons to reach peasant women
A CASE STUDY OF LESSONS LEARNED THROUGH FAO PROJECTS IN HONDURAS
Based on a case study prepared by
under the guidance and sponsorship of
Women in Agricultural Production and Rural Development Service, Human Resources, Institutions and Agrarian Reform Division
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Rural women in Honduras
Training in gender for extensionists
A model for success: the food production liaison
Training at work: community food liaisons in the villages
Learning from experience
Selected bibliography on women in Honduras
Annex: practical guides