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Terri Raney

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The State of Food

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The State of Food

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Senior Economist

United Nations


Senior Economist

Comparative Agricultural Development Service


Senior Economist

FAO


Senior Economist and Editor of The State of Food and Agriculture

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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations: The State of Food and Agriculture 2013

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For more information contact Terri Raney, Economic and Social Development Department


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For more information contact Terri Raney
Interview with Terri Raney, editor of The State of Food and Agriculture


FAO Media Centre: Closing the gender gap in agriculture

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"Women farmers typically achieve lower yields than men, not because they are less skilled, but because they operate smaller farms and use fewer inputs like fertilizers, improved seeds and tools," said Terri Raney, editor of the SOFA report.
Leveling the ploughing field "Evidence from many countries shows that policies can promote gender equality and empower women in agriculture and rural employment. The first priority is to eliminate discrimination under the law," Raney said. "Men and women have different roles in society and face different opportunities and constraints," said Raney. "One of the best investments we can make is in building the human capital of women and girls - basic education, market information and agricultural extension services are essential building blocks for agricultural productivity and economic growth," Raney said. Interview with Terri Raney, editor of The State of Food and Agriculture


FAO Media Centre: Towards a more sustainable livestock sector

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Interview with Terri Raney, editor of The State of Food and Agriculture.


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Terri RaneySenior Economist, Comparative Agricultural Development Serviceterri.raney@fao.org+39 06 5705 2401


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