The ‘feminization’ of agriculture in Bangladesh creates opportunities for promoting women’s equity through agricultural mechanization. However, scaling discussions need to intentiontally consider women and creatively adress socio-cultural constraints.
Technical solutions to postharvest loss are well known, but widespread adoption has remained a challenge. Join this ADMI webinar to hear three successful innovators from two USAID Feed the Future Innovation Labs discuss postharvest technologies they have developed and key solutions that have enabled adoption and scaling.
With time, agricultural extension has evolved, and the role of extension agents has changed. Today, extension agents are expected to juggle multiple roles and wear many hats, including gender integraor...
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