As always, I continue to be inspired by the depth and breath of women’s work as farmers, caregivers, artisans, and energy and livestock managers. Agriculture is the bedrock of so many communities in Rwanda, and women are inseparable from food production and feeding their families and communities. We met this woman farmer in the “swamp” land in Kigali, where she was planting sweet potato with other farmers. As a single mother and the sole bread winner, her plate is more than full juggling the multiple roles she plays for her families. This April, the torrential rains destroyed much of the crop in the swamp areas, leaving farmers devastated. Adapting to a changing climate is a harsh reality, leaving women farmers on the frontlines of this big battle, whether in Rwanda or India or Papua New Guinea.