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Food Systems Summit action guide 5: Gender equity

Women everywhere play a vital role in every aspect of growing, harvesting, processing, and marketing what we eat. They produce over half of the world’s food. But compared to men, they are often held back from their ambitions by tenure, customs, or laws that perpetuate unequal access to productive resources, credit, and extension services. Such widespread gender gaps have profound implications for…

Food Systems Summit action guide 5: Gender equity
Food Systems Summit action guide 1: Boosting nature-positive food production

The way we use land and water resources to grow, harvest, and process food (collectively referred to as food production) is currently not sustainable and often harmful to human and planetary health. To feed the global population of 9.7 billion projected by 2050 and safeguard nature’s legacy for future generations, a rapid and systemic transition to nature-positive food production is essential…

Food Systems Summit action guide 1: Boosting nature-positive food production
Food Systems Summit action guide 6: Engaging youth in nature-positive food production

Many of the world’s 1.2 billion youth (between 15-24 years) work, formally or informally, in food production - growing, harvesting, or processing. Yet young people are consistently among the least food and nutritionally secure in many societies: poorly or often unpaid, marginalized, or subject to abusive lead work relationships. Today’s young generation is the largest in history…

Food Systems Summit action guide 6: Engaging youth in nature-positive food production