More and more women farmers are adopting the improved high-yielding finger millet varieties promoted by ICRISAT and partners in western Kenya.
Topics: Gender and Agriculture
Gender is a crucial element of agricultural innovation and needs to be embedded in agricultural research so that rural lives and livelihoods can be improved for all, including women, men…
Women farmers are crucial to agricultural production but they often face unequal access to resources, such as land and technologies.
Focusing on creating employment opportunities for rural women as a way of increasing incomes and spurring economic development
Dr. Wanjiru Kamau-Rutenberg will assume duties in March