Women Educated for Agribusiness Leadership

Gail Gago

Gail Gago, Minister for Agriculture and the Status of Women.

July 29, 2013

By Tyra Oldham, LANDsds Sustainable Voice News

The role of agriculture has always been commodity of value but yet, today the ability to access food a demand of the time as the global population expands. Further, many around the world live within defined food deserts that 1) do not have access to foods; and 2) the inability to acquire healthy foods. This gap to production and solutions require leadership to innovation within the industry. Women in agriculture are among the growing dimensions within the industry that are not to be overlooked.

The role of support in agribusiness is drive by educational Funding for rural women’s leadership courseto spark changes in the industry and business.

Gail Gago, Minister for Agriculture and the Status of Women “announced the government would give $50,000 to the Ag Excellence Alliance Women in Leadership program, which encourages rural women to become leaders and coaches,” cites ABC Rural News.

The importance of women in the role of agriculture is vital to the sustainability of the industry. Gago states, “What we recognise is that it’s often extremely difficult for women living in country areas to access these sorts of programs, to access mentorship and skills programs.”

Education and development is leverage to innovation in the industry. The response to the food dilemma is to develop sustainable agricultural solutions that deliver upon technologies, populations, access and health. The role of women in leadership can drive the industry to the next generation of agricultural development that is necessary to support the world populations in need of access to health foods for life. 

 

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