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It’s time to recognize and empower India’s women farmers

Women farmers in India perform most of the big farming jobs yet their access to resources is less than their male counterparts. Image: REUTERS/Danish Ismail

Sugandha Munshi

Alumni, Global Shapers Community, IRRI

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