Women farmers experience a lack of access to resources globally—in the form of production inputs, labor, credit, training, and information. Their enormous contributions to food production, subsistence farming, and the agricultural labor force in the developing world means that ensuring gender mainstreaming in information and communication technology (ICT) is a priority for global food security. It is also central to a global development agenda based on human rights and effective and sustainable development outcomes.
This briefing paper addresses these and related approaches in ICT services for agriculture that support sustainable practices and promote gender equality.
Gender Mainstreaming in ICT for Agriculture
Submitted by Josh Woodard on Tue, 2012-11-06 11:26