MIND THE GAP - Climate change, food security and women farmers in Asia

Additionally,  technology including climate-smart agricultural developments, is not often extended to female farmers, and it is mostly men who have the opportunity to attend workshops and training programmes. Often, the assumption is that the head of the household is male, and he is then automatically invited to participate. This idea is flawed, especially when we start to examine the rural-urban migration trends; men increasingly leave farms for cities in search of jobs, leaving women in the rural areas to tend to the land to produce food.

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