The Gates Foundation has been leading best-practice research on how multi-nationals can support the role of women in smallholder communities. The Good practice guide includes the work of the Lorna Young Foundation in Kenya. http://www.gatesfoundation.org/foundationnotes/Pages/haven-ley-110314-women-farmers.aspx
Gates Foundation work on Women smallholders features the LYF
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