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To grow climate-smart agriculture, start by educating girls

Ethical Corporation

May 30, 2021

Author: Mark Hillsdon

As extreme weather events such as droughts and floods threaten the livelihoods of farming communities in sub-Saharan Africa, educating women – who grow much of the continent’s food – in climate-smart agriculture is now seen as key to building greater resilience.Image: Channels: Social EqualityTags: CAMFEDsustainable agriculturewomen's empowermentfemale educationSkoll Foundation

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