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The World Bank Group GenderStats database of Gender Statistics. **2006. Estimated. ILO: Global Employment Trends Brief, January 2007
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Percentage of women in labor force (total and agricultural)
IAASTD/Ketill Berger, UNEP/GRID-Arenda
Gender equity is an important part of social equity. Women and men, who often have different roles and responsibilities in households and food production, often have different relationships to the various benefits derived from Agricultural Knowledge, Science and Technology (AKST) and innovations.