INTERNATIONAL DAY OF RURAL WOMEN

In 1995, at the Fourth World Conference on Women, organized by the United Nations in Beijing (China), October 15 was established as the International Day of Rural Women. This day was created in order to give visibility to the contribution made by women to the economic, business, social and cultural improvement of rural areas around the world.

Senegalese woman working an orchard of the Kassumay Foundation.

Rural women make up more than a third of the world's population and 43% of the agricultural workforce. They till the land and plant the seeds that feed entire nations. In addition, they guarantee the food security of their populations and help prepare their communities for climate change.

In the Kassumay Foundation we maintain our commitment and work in providing gardens for women in the Casamance area (Senegal) complementing the work with literacy, management, food processing ...

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