Indashyikirwa: Gender equality helping farmers cope with increased food insecurity - CARE

Indashyikirwa: Gender equality helping farmers cope with increased food insecurity

One of a series of food briefs, this case study provides a snapshot of how the original Indashyikirwa intervention in Rwanda is helping couples to deal with food current shortages more proactively and equally.

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