Though women are engaged in farming and play a major role in almost every agricultural operation, they continue to receive very limited extension support. While several interventions have been made to address this 'gender' bias in extension delivery, there continues to be a shortfall between the kind of support that is provided and the needs and demands of rural women. This gap between supply and demand needs to be addressed in order to improve the lives and livelihoods of women in the rural farming sector.
- agricultural extension
- programme design
Jafry, T., & Sulaiman V., R. (2013). Gender-sensitive approaches to extension programme design. Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension, 19(5), 469-485. https://doi.org/10.1080/1389224X.2013.817345