Gender Equality and Food Security: Women’s Empowerment as a Tool against Hunger


Gender Equality and Food Security: Women's Empowerment as a Tool against Hunger

Persistent gender inequalities that prevail in the Asia-Pacific region constrain women’s potential for contributing more effectively to agriculture, rural development, food and nutrition security, which undermine the region’s goal of long-term food security.

Gender Equality and Food Security: Women

by AsianDevelopmentBank.
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