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Women grow as much as 80% of India's food – but its new farm laws overlook their struggles

By Bansari Kamdar, Graduate Student, University of Massachusetts Boston
Shreyasee Das, Assistant Professor, Temple University
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Most Indian farmers are women. But few own their land, and gender inequality limits their access to markets. These issues won't be fixed by recent agricultural reforms; in fact, they may get worse.

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