On the International Day of Rural Women, October 15, meet farmers who are leading their families and their communities to a better life.
Long-term research on climate-smart agriculture in Malawi has improved the productivity, resilience and prospects of Mary Twaya, a single mother of three.
An agricultural organization led by indigenous Santal women is also benefiting low-income Muslim women.
FACASI project explored ways to address access to appropriate mechanization solutions.
Self-help groups in Bihar are putting thousands of rural women in touch with agricultural innovations, benefiting households and the environment.
A new guidebook promotes improved seed and farming technologies for men and women, with the goal of increasing adoption rates.
Abdul Fatah, Khanal and Molero are helping pave the way for the next generation of female scientists.
A social media campaign initiated to celebrate the achievements of women has led to more than a dozen published blog story contributions about women in the maize and wheat sectors.