FAO's work on gender equality and women's empowerment at country level

Smallholder farmers gain visibility that enable them for better bargaining in the market and also facilitate the sharing of best practices and opportunities.
With the demand for milk and milk products estimated to more than double by 2020, and the high percentage of rural households living without electricity, biogas digesters can provide an effective, clean energy solution for families in Tanzania.
Locally-made stoves reduce the health and safety risks for women and girls.
Through a nutrition education programme, indigenous women in Guatemala are reviving ancestral culinary traditions and fighting malnutrition at the same time.
Two-thirds of Sierra Leone’s population is involved in subsistence agriculture. Farmers — most of them women —operate in an informal and precarious system without any legal titles to their lands.