During the 43rd Committee on World Food Security (CFS43), participants discussed farmers, ago-entrepreneurs, and family businesses. There was much talk about women farmers and their importance in rural development. But the question is: where are the women farmers? During the sessions, I was looking forward to finding the young people and women farmers.
Brazilis renowned around the world for its football and for having some of the most skilled players in history. Many of the most amazing goals of all time were scored in our matches. But Brazil is not just the football country. In recent years, the country’s efforts to improve food security and reduce poverty have also put it on the world stage.
If women want to change their status they need to be the agents of that change. And social change is the goal of the Joint Programme on Accelerating Progress towards the Economic Empowerment of Rural Women (RWEE).
How should we go about implementing strong land governance strategies?
This was the focus of a side event at the Committee for World Food Security (CFS) this week, which aimed to review and discuss successes and challenges in land governance and monitoring implementation.
The Committee on World Food Security (CFS), with its 56 side events, was a great opportunity to learn more about the issue of food security, to meet people who are actively working to address this challenge and to explore new ideas and projects related to this extremely important issue.