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Context: According to a United Nations’ report on the Food System, today's food systems are heavily afflicted by power imbalances and inequality, and do not work for most women.
Key findings of the Report
Evidence of inequitable access to Women
Reasons behind inequitable access
Patriarchal Mindset has made them subject to multiple kinds of discrimination. They have very little land rights, face difficulties in obtaining ownership, do not have access to credit, and are engaged in unpaid work.
Migration is another factor that places a greater burden on women. The male spouse merely performs the economic activity in the new place, but females have to take care of domestic as well as a traditional livelihood (agriculture) in the village.
Epidemics also place a higher burden on women. The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic have not been gender-neutral:. More women have been at the receiving end of increased poverty, food insecurity, malnutrition, and disease prevalence as per a 2020 UN report.
Call for inclusive systems
German dual training system is an institutional infrastructure that creates a path to jobs and better livelihoods.
Access to fundamental services
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