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For example, in Malawi women spend 6.3 hours per week fetching water, while men spend 43 minutes.
Girls in Malawi spend 3.3 hours per week fetching water, and boys spend 1.1 hours.
Neolithic, also known as the New Stone Age, was a time period roughly from 9000 BC to 5000 BC named because it was the last period of the age before wood working began.
The tools available were made from natural materials including bone, antler, hide, stone, wood, grasses, animal fibers, and the use of water.
For example, for the production of wheat in a village in Northwest China, men perform the ploughing, the planting, and the spraying, while women perform the weeding, the fertilising, the processing, and the storage.
In terms of food production worldwide, the atlas shows that women produce 80% of the food in Sub-Saharan Africa, 50% in Asia, 45% in the Caribbean, 25% in North Africa and in the Middle East, and 25% in Latin America.
The Penguin Atlas of Women in the World shows that in the 1990s, 81% of women in Benin were street vendors, 55% in Guatemala, 44% in Mexico, 33% in Kenya, and 14% in India.
These tools were used by people to cut such as with the hand axe, chopper, adze, and celt.
Also to scrape, chop such as with a flake tool, pound, pierce, roll, pull, leaver, and carry.
According to the Penguin Atlas of Women in the World, women make up 40% of the agricultural labour force in most parts of the world, while in developing countries they make up 67% of the agricultural workforce.
Joni Seager shows in her atlas that specific tasks within agricultural work are also gendered.