A woman's battle to get her land back - radio version
Women produce nearly half of the world’s food but in some countries they own as little as two per cent of the land – according to figures from the UN. As world leaders meet in Belfast for the G8 summit, issues around land ownership are expected to be high on the agenda. It’s thought if more women are given land and property rights, more food will be produced reducing the burden of the world’s food security. The BBC’s Tamasin Ford follows one woman’s fight to get her land back in Guinkin, in Western Ivory Coast.