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[Translate to عربي:] In the developing world, women are the backbone of rural economies. They are farmers, workers and entrepreneurs, and the main caretakers of children and elderly, and of the household. Yet, they fare worse than rural men and urban women by every Millennium Development Goal (MDGs) indicator.

تظهر أرقام جديدة من تقرير حالة الأغذية والزراعة 2010-2011 الصادر عن المنظمة أنه يمكن تخليص ما يوازي 150 مليون شخص من براثن الجوع إن أتيح للنساء الحصول على نفس موارد الإنتاج التي يحصل عليها الرجال.

[Translate to عربي:] Equitable access for men and women to more and better jobs in rural areas is an essential component for food security, poverty reduction and sustainable economic growth

ينتج الرجال والنساء في الأرياف معظم الأغذية في العالم بالإضافة إلى منتجات أخرى مستمدة من الموارد الطبيعية. وترتبط حياتهم ارتباطاً وثيقاً بالتنوع البيولوجي الزراعي في مجتمعاتهم المحلية.

This photo gallery looks at the complex connections between gender-based violence and food security. Violence, which most often strikes women and girls, can interfere with the capacity of both women and men to provide enough food and income for themselves and their children.

Despite their contribution to food production, rural women are less likely than men to own or have access to land, equipment, financial services, training and other means to improve household food security. Addressing this disparity can help both women and men to cultivate better lives.

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