The outgoing chairman of the United Nations Committee on World Food Security (CFS), Gerda Verburg, says the key to tackling food and nutrition security is to bring all stakeholders together – from the private sector, to civil society, to government. We asked her how the approach worked in 2015 and what should happen in 2016.
Agnes Quaye farms cocoa in West Africa. Cecelia Mejía Domínguez grows strawberries, maize and potatoes in Honduras. Grace Amma farms and trains farmers in India. What do these three women have in common? They are all leading agricultural figures in their communities. Watch these short videos to hear their stories.
Biotech crops changed the destiny of a single mum struggling to educate her children. Rosalie Ellasus believes it can change the way Philippine women earn their livelihoods.
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