“We have seen again and again . . . that women are entrepreneurial, accountable, and practical,” said Clinton.
“So women are a wise investment. And since the majority of the world’s farmers are women, it’s critical that our investments in agriculture leverage their ambition and perseverance.”
We couldn’t agree more.
On our recent Learning Delegation to Northern India we learned that the women we met with need greater connection with practitioner and information networks, as well as access to marketing support, appropriate technologies, capital, and business development training. Although there is a growing movement of women change agents and the visionary men who stand as their allies, women’s efforts remain largely isolated and underserved. We’re working on these issues through partnerships, capacity building and seed money.
Will you join us?