. Training .

AWAK through its training programs has given vulnerable mothers living in slums, girls and the youth the opportunity to grow their capacities to respond to respond to climate change through agricultural production, food security and natural resources.

Agriculture accounts on average for one third of Africa’s GDP and women make up as much as half of its rural workforce.

Given the proper training on gender equality, economic development and agricultural policies, African agriculture should be a success story for vulnerable mothers living in slums and rural areas.