In many developing nations, women farmers are 20-30 percent less productive than men because they lack access to land, modern agricultural technologies and training. In Bangladesh, where IFDC has targeted as much as 50 percent women participation over the last 30 years, women have become more productive members of the nation’s large agriculture sector. But there is still work to do. IFDC’s USAID AAPI project is implementing a gender equity strategy to generate greater family and community acceptance of women’s participation in agriculture. AAPI and other IFDC projects promote the education of women farmers in modern agricultural technologies and ensure that women have equal access to these tools and their financial benefits.
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