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I Welcome You To Our Community

The Women in Food and Ag movement was initiated to address the following news-worthy aspects, highlighting the need for such a movement

Collaborations

Collaborations

We aim to foster collaborations among women in the industry. By bringing together diverse perspectives, experiences, and expertise, the community facilitates ground breaking partnerships that drive positive change and unlock new opportunities.

Capital

Capital

At WIFAI, we support women by breaking down barriers to funding and investment. Through our capital initiatives, we provide unparalleled access to essential tools and resources, ensuring women entrepreneurs have the support they need to thrive.

Commerce

Commerce

We actively promote and support women-led businesses, facilitating connections and partnerships that expand markets, promote fair trade practices, and contribute to economic development and sustainability.

Capacity Building

Capacity Building

Through targeted training, workshops, and mentorship programs, WiFAI equips women with the knowledge, skills, and resources needed to excel in their businesses/careers, drive innovation, and lead transformative change.

Challenge

Challenge

We aim to challenge the status quo by addressing the gender disparities and systemic challenges that women encounter within the industry. By advocating for gender equality and inclusivity, we challenge outdated norms, biases, and practices that hinder women's progress, ensuring that their talents and contributions are recognised and valued. WiFAI also advocates for better policies for women to thrive.

Celebrations

Celebrations

At WiFAI, we celebrate the achievements and resilience of women in the industry. Through highlighting success stories and innovations, we amplify the voices of those shaping the future of food and agribusiness.

We believe that women are a vital part of the food and ag industry and that by working together we can make a real difference. Our members come from a variety of backgrounds, including farmers, food producers, chefs, entrepreneurs, researchers, markets, and more.

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