Stories of impacts of Covid-19 on smallholder farmers and emerging new perspectives
In this first episode of TheWaterChannel podcast, we discuss how the #COVID19 pandemic affected smallholder farmers. We speak to a group of researchers who studied the pandemic’s impact on smallholder farmers in India, Algeria, and Morocco:
Irene Leonardelli (IHE Delft, The Netherlands), Lisa Bossenbroek (University of Koblenz-Landau, Germanya), Hind Ftouhi (Hassan IIInstitute of Agronomy and Veterinary Medicine, Morocco), Sneha Bhat (SOPPECOM, India), and Meriem F. Hamamouche (Bureau d’Etudes, Consulting dans le domaine Agricole).
For more details, please read the blog: https://thewaterchannel.tv/thewaterblog/the-women-the-land-and-the-virus/
For further reading, download the open-access article ‘COVID-19 in Rural India, Algeria, and Morocco: A Feminist Analysis of Small-Scale Farmers’ and Agricultural Laborers’ Experiences and Inventive Practices’