Female farmers in 90 nations face discriminatory land laws

by Chris Arsenault

TORONTO (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Women in more than 90 countries still lack equal rights to own land, hurting food production and efforts to tackle poverty, Rwanda’s former agriculture minister said.Nations in eastern and southern Africa have considerably improved their laws to grant land ownership rights to female farmers, Agnes Kalibata said.

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