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This day recognizes the role of rural women, including indigenous women, in enhancing agricultural and rural development, improving food security and eradicating poverty. A FAO Food and Agriculture Organization report says that if women were given equal access to resources as men, agricultural yield could increase 2. This fact is reflected in the inspiring stories of women across the globe who have fought legal, social and cultural obstacles to bring about significant social and economical reforms in their communities. Using the ecologically sound practices of integrated farming, she has incorporated livestock and fish culture into her farm. The elected Sarpanch of eight villages with more than 2, farmers, year-old Padma Bai was a tribal Girijan farmer who only cultivated cotton, oil seeds and pulses on her three acre land.