Empowering women farmers can make climate-smart agriculture even smarter

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Systemic barriers based on gender differences affect the adoption rate of climate-smart agriculture.

Climate-smart agriculture is more than adapting to and mitigating climate change, it is also about fostering a future where
women are key agents of change.

When women have the tools and knowledge to implement climate-smart agriculture practices, they can become champions of sustainable agri-food systems and help achieve multiple Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations.

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