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Friday, 9 March 2018

Millions of women are going hungry because of gender inequality

Millions of women are going hungry because of gender inequality
- More than 120 million women in developing countries are underweight. In South Asia, for example, 60 per cent of women are underweight. Josie Huxtable, gender advisor (agriculture and food security) for CARE Australia, cites gender inequality as a major cause and effect of hunger and poverty.