Until recently women in Swaziland had the same right as minors. But the small Southern African country starts to realize that it cannot do without it's women. A woman behind the plow used to be considered bad luck, but the world's highest HIV/AIDS infection rate has left many farms in the hands of women. To give these women a thumbs up, the Swazi government announced a 'Woman Farmer of the Year' competition
. A competition that could easily be held in the whole of Africa, for all over the continent it's mostly the women who work the fields.