Did you know that Ukraine, the country with the most beautiful women in the world, is basically a country based on agriculture with lots of agricultural lands, wheat, etc.? Did you know as well that it’s probably one of the place with the tastiest food in Europe with meat and vegetables at its best. Have you seriously thought and considered finding your future wife in Ukraine?
In Ukraine, old traditional values are still in effect even in the modern world. When it’s time to have dinner or supper, all the members of the family sit at the table and eat together, share their stories, ask for advice and when the supper comes to an end, it is very important to thank the Ukrainian wife who prepared the food for the family and cooked a few hours. These are ancient traditions kept alive even today.
Many times in history of Soviet Union republic Eastern European countries, there were period of starvation, lack of meat and food for soviet people. For these reasons, even at a young age, boys and Ukrainian girls are used to helping their parents work in the field and harvest fruits or vegetable. When you meet a beautiful Ukrainian bride in Kiev, it might be surprising for you to learn that she is used to go alone in the forest collect mushrooms. These beautiful Ukrainian women are feminine, attached to traditions and also respect men who work in the fields, farmers.
If women farmers in Ukraine receive equal access to resources with men, the productivity of agriculture is increased by 20-30%. This conclusion was reached by experts of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), AgroPortal reports. Read also: Ukraine has entered the top 3 agricultural exporters to the EU Despite the fact that the share of women engaged in agriculture on a global scale is 43%, often their labor is qualified as unpaid work of family members. The contribution of women remains unrecognized, and they themselves do not have access to the rural services that their male counterparts use, FAO says. At the moment, FAO is actively implementing a project to ensure equal access of women to rural services, including recruitment and the organization of gender-sensitive agricultural extension services. Earlier, the three most profitable agricultural crops in Ukraine were named.
The share of agriculture in the employment sector and national income in EECA countries is much higher than the average in Western Europe. The agricultural sector accounted for about 14% of the gross domestic product (GDP) for the region in whole. This is a fairly high indicator, given that the share of agriculture in the world GDP is 3%, while in the least developed countries agriculture is more than 25% of GDP (FAO, 2012a). However, the situation differs significantly between EECA countries. In Central Asia, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan are characterized by the highest share of agriculture in the composition of
GDP (about 28% and 27% respectively). Armenia and Moldova lead in the Eastern European subregion (the share of agriculture there is about 18% and 16% of GDP, respectively), and the Bulgarian and Russian agriculture close the list of EECA countries (the share of rural of the economy in GDP is only about 6% and 5% respectively)