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How Female Farmers Could Solve the Hunger Crisis

How Female Farmers Could Solve the Hunger Crisis


Apr 15 2014
Fighting gender inequity in global farming.

Annelise Jolley works for Plant With Purpose, a Christian nonprofit that alleviates poverty through environmental restoration. She appreciates stories and will drop everything for a leisurely breakfast, outdoor activities, and good conversation. Find her writing at annelisej.squarespace.com and trying to keep up with the Twitterverse at @AnneliseJolley.

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