Women make up almost half the agricultural labour force in developing countries. They make significant contributons as producers of the major agro-commodities such as coffee, soy, cocoa and palm oil, which billions of people consume everyday. Even so, their work in harvesting, marketing, processing and other areas is often uncounted and remains invisibile. At the same time, worldwide, women still have fewer land rights and other opportunities for training or financial support than their males counterparts. But, the time for change is now. Globally, we are seeing an unprecedented movement for women’s rights, equality and justice. In our work in key commodity producing countries, inspiring women like those profiled below are important participants of the government led, multi-stakeholder dialouges for sustaianble commodity production that we support. They are role models, improving opportunities for other women, and championing sustainability.