The hands that dehusk the grain: Rainmatter Blog Post

Women are the backbone of India’s farming and agriculture practices. Women shoulder majority of the farm- and crop processing-related tasks, putting in hours of manual labour. Tools, equipment and machinery that can be operated by women and are designed to meet the needs of small-farm holdings are the need of the hour in order to alleviate some of the drudgery of farm operations.

Marisha’s (@Mari) article on the lack of contextual mechanisation of farm labour in India, and how this adds to women’s workload is up on the Rainmatter Blog : The hands that dehusk the grain

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