Reducing the gender data gap in agricultural statistics is crucial, because sex disaggregated data can be used to produce tangible and sustainable improvements to the quality of rural life at the household, community, and national level.
The Keita Project in Niger is a remarkable example of what women’s farming groups can achieve. With the support of FAO and a team of experts, local women reclaim a vast expanse of barren land which, after endless years of drought, seemed lost forever.
This video is a training package for forestry planners that draws attention to the different roles, concerns and priorities of women and men, which must be addressed before embarking on any forestry activity.
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