Talking about women in agriculture with CCAFS | BBC World Service
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In this episode of Science in Action on BBC World Service radio, Sophia Huyer, CCAFS Flagship Program Leader for Gender and Social Inclusion, and Pramod Aggarwal, CCAFS Regional Program Leader for South Asia, discuss how climate change affects women farmers differently than men.
To hear Sophia Huyer speak, tune in to the episode from 7:40 to 14:10, and for Pramod Aggarwal, tun in from 10:10 to 11:55.
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