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An in-depth look at FAO’s work on gender equality and women’s empowerment

Access to land and natural resources can mean the difference between having food and going hungry.
More than 150 million boys and girls around the world lose their childhoods to child labour. 108 million of them are working in agriculture.
The digital revolution has changed the way we work, access information and connect with each other. It offers opportunities to those who can use the new technologies, but also presents new challenges for those who are left behind.
A recent webinar, organized by FAO’s Social Protection Team, discusses the importance of gender-sensitive social protection (GSSP) and key dimensions of the GSSP approach, as well as specific lessons learned from FAO’s work in Africa and Latin America.
One of a series of interviews with the women scientists aboard the R/V Dr. Fridtjof Nansen, the marine research vessel at the heart of the EAF-Nansen programme.
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