Caroline Ayes
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Job title
Women's Financial Inclusion Researcher
Type of work
Development
Organisation name
CGAP
Areas of expertise
Women's financial inclusion

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Cultivating Opportunities for Women in Agriculture

Tanzanian smallholder farmer Jaconda Chengula sits atop her maize harvest.

Women are essential contributors to agriculture around the world. In low-income countries, women make up approximately 40 percent of the agricultural labor force. Yet women often have less access than men to necessary resources, services, time, and markets, hindering their productivity. Findings from CGAP’s national…

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Posted on June 28, 2017 at 13:30

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