Educating Women Key to Sustainable Farming - Study

The successful implementation of sustainable agricultural practices (SAPs) in sub-Saharan Africa is linked to improvements in women's education, study finds

According to a new study, the successful implementation of sustainable agricultural practices (SAPs) in sub-Saharan Africa is linked to improvements in women's education.

SAPs are often touted as a solution to land degradation, low agricultural productivity and widespread poverty in the region.

The study is the result of research conducted in rural Ethiopia that aimed to identify interdependent factors affecting the adoption of SAPs in Sub-Saharan Africa and their impact on incomes and livelihoods.

To read the article titled, “Educating women key to sustainable farming in Africa, says study,” click here.

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All Africa

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