Women are increasingly expected to be at the centre of food security for sub-Saharan Africa. But studies show that women and men engage in agriculture in flexible ways.
In a blog post for the Gender and Social Difference theme, Siera Vercillo argues for transformative, open policies that allow women and men to choose wide range of different possible options to feed their households and communities.
Siera Vercillo, Institute of Development Studies
2 August 2013