New (and old) stories about young rural women in Latin America

From IFAD social reporting blog Tue Nov 20 2012, 15:14:00

By Raúl H. Asensio

Over the last two decades, young rural women have experienced many changes: not only in regard to the transformations originated in rural areas, but also due to changes in the gender and generational gaps. The objective of the Nuevas Trenzas program is to study these phenomena that affect young rural women in order to identify what opportunities may be seized and what problems must be solved by means of public policies or private initiatives so that this collective may develop integrally.

What inequality gaps do young rural women face?

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