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If in the course of earning income women farmers are systematically exploited, have their control over what is grown and how taken away from them, and are left with a denuded natural environs, then this is a heavy price to pay for so-called empowerment.
By Nidhi Tandon, activist and Director of Networked Intelligence for Development