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2018
The Sahel region is increasingly affected by severe droughts and desertification due to climate change. Women walk an average of 10 kilometers to fetch water. This video shows how the FAO “1 million cisterns for the Sahel” project is helping women and farmers harvest and store rainwater, so that they have clean water to drink and to grow food in arid areas.
2018
Manca Trawally has been a rice farmer in the Gambia for 50 years. In this video, she tells the story of how climate change has impacted her farming activities.
2018
Guilé Mané, heads a market-gardening association of nearly 80 women. In this video she tells her struggle during the dry season and how the cisterns are providing clean water for drinking and growing food and she and other women can grow vegetables for the first time during the dry season.
2018
This video shows what Colombia, Uganda and Viet Nam are doing to develop gender-responsive national adaptation plans for the agriculture sectors. The country-driven work is carried out under a global programme known as Integrating Agriculture in National Adaptation Plans (NAP-Ag), jointly coordinated by UNDP and FAO.
2018
This short animated video promotes awareness and discussion on gender equality in small-scale fisheries. One of the goals of the SSF Guidelines centres on challenging gender-discriminatory laws, policies, customs and practices, and transforming institutional arrangements to facilitate gender equitable small-scale fisheries.
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