Female farmers and extension workers should take the lead in reducing gender inequality in agriculture

Indian female farmer collecting bundles of wheat
A CABI-led study which compares male and female perceptions of access to and use of agricultural advisory services to help improve yields says women should take a lead role in helping to reduce inequalities which hinder their contribution to farming.
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CABI joins in the celebrations for UN International Day of Women and Girls in Science

CABI is today celebrating the invaluable contribution women in science make as part of the UN International Day of Women and Girls in Science by showcasing some of its own female scientists, board members and development communications professionals.
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Symposium to launch new book exploring gender equality and tourism

CABI and Equality in Tourism are holding a symposium, which will debate ways to increase gender equality in the tourism industry, to launch a new CABI book edited by Dr Stroma Cole entitled 'Gender Equality in Tourism: Beyond Empowerment.'
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Strengthening vegetable value chains in Pakistan

Development of value added products and marketing by small rural enterprise in Sindh
Small scale vegetable farmers in Pakistan encounter a number of issues that compromise their sustainable livelihoods; particularly for women and youth. Through the project, an alliance of selected organisations is aiming to improve the livelihoods of rural communities in Sindh and Punjab through strengthening selected horticultural value chains, and promoting…
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