Rural women in Latin America take control of food production – and their own development
All across Latin America, rural women are taking charge of their communities’ food production – and their own economic and personal development.
Women as changemakers for nutrition in the hills of Lao PDR
Youth leaders working towards transformative rural development
Back to the Roots: Innovating with sustainable gastronomy
Photo contest shows how Latin American and Caribbean rural youth see their own lives
Ensuring environmental sustainability and building resilience to climate change
The making of a turning point: A rural Chinese women’s cooperative joins the COVID-19 fight
Teach me how to fish and I will transform my life – and my community
Six ways investing in rural communities makes people healthier
Malnutrition causes health problems and losses in economic productivity. Over the course of their lifetimes, malnourished individuals can earn 10 per cent less than those who are well-nourished.
The faces of empowerment
Rural women are key agents in the effort to achieve the economic, environmental and social transformations required for sustainable development. Ensuring their empowerment is crucial not only to their own well-being, but that of their families and communities.