Support an agribusiness run by 20 Tamil women

by VOICE Trust
Support an agribusiness run by 20 Tamil women
Support an agribusiness run by 20 Tamil women
Support an agribusiness run by 20 Tamil women
Support an agribusiness run by 20 Tamil women
Support an agribusiness run by 20 Tamil women
Support an agribusiness run by 20 Tamil women

Project Report | Nov 6, 2023
It is not 20, together we are progressing towards 200

By Janet Preethi G | Project Leader

Nursery Garden set up by a women
Nursery Garden set up by a women

Greetings again from VOICE Trust..!!

Thank you so much for your continous supports for women through VOICE Trust. And we are going beyond 20, more than 60 women have attended Digital Literacy workshop. With your support we are going to reach 100 women now. They are progressing in Agribusiness and able to make their and their families economic status a sustainable one..!!

Thank you, it because of you a family is sustaining..!!

Achieving gender equality and empowering women is not only the right thing to do but is a critical ingredient in the fight against extreme poverty, hunger and malnutrition, FAO Director,

We know that agricultural yields would rise by almost a third if women had the same access to resources as men. As a result, there would be up to 150 million fewer hungry people in the world. And we know that children have significantly better prospects for the future when their mothers are healthy, wealthy and educated. Especially during the first 1,000 days of a child's life.

Key facts
  • In developing countries, women make up 45% of the agricultural labour force, ranging from 20% in Latin America to up to 60% in parts of Africa and Asia.
  • In developing countries in Africa and Asia and the Pacific, women typically work 12-13 hours more than men per week.
  • Across all regions women are less likely than men to own or control land, and their plots often are of poorer quality. Less than 20% of the world's landholders are women.
  • If women farmers had the same access to resources as men, the number of hungry people in the world could be reduced by up to 150 million due to productivity gains.
  • Women reinvest up to 90% of their earnings back into their households - that's money spent on nutrition, food, healthcare, school, and income-generating activities - helping to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty.

A women achieving financial sustainability is making the entire family survive.

Thank you once again dear supporters.

We are looking for virtual volunteers, if you are interested kindly send an email to connect@voice-trust.org or whatsapp to +919443143380

 

Small petty shop has be set up for Lakshmi
Small petty shop has be set up for Lakshmi
She is doing Batter preparation also
She is doing Batter preparation also
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VOICE Trust

Location: Tiruchirapalli, Tamil Nadu - India
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Project Leader:
Janet G. Preethi
Tiruchirpalli , Tamil Nadu India

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