Gender Equality

Gender and Climate Change: A Closer Look at Existing Evidence

This report is designed to serve as a resource highlighting literature addressing a broad array of gender and climate issues affecting vulnerability and adaptation capacity. GGCA hopes that this review provides insights for advocates, policymakers, scholars, and members of the public who seek to understand and address gender-differentiated climate experiences.

Filling Bucket Fueling Change: Ensuring Gender-Responsive Climate Change Adaptation

This publication aims to provide concrete examples and experiences from the Canada-UNDP Climate Change Adaptation Facility (CCAF) projects implemented in Cabo, Verde, Cambodia, Haiti, Mali, Niger and Sudan. The projects made a concerted and explicit effort to take a gender-responsive approach to all adaptation activities.

Africa Human Development Report 2016-Accelerating Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in Africa

The evolving development landscape – with its emerging opportunities, vulnerabilities and shocks – makes it imperative for Africa to accelerate the advancement of sustainable and equitable human development. This can be achieved by building economic, social and environmental resilience for women and men, enhancing their productivity, and accelerating the pace of structural economic transformation in the region.

The State of Food and Agriculture 2016

The FAO report underscores that success in transforming food and agriculture systems will largely depend on urgently supporting smallholders in adapting to climate change. Developing countries are home to around half a billion smallholder farm families who produce food and other agricultural products in greatly varying agro-ecological and socio-economic conditions. Solutions have to be tailored to those conditions; there is no one-size-fits-all fix.

Strengthening Gender Considerations in Adaptation Planning and Implementation in the Least Developed Countries

Adapting to climate change is about reducing vulnerability to current and projected climate risk while vulnerability to climate change is determined in large part by people’s adaptive capacity. Climate hazards do not affect all people within a community or even the same household equally because some people have greater capacity than others to manage the crisis.

How do Gender Approaches Improve Climate Compatible Development? Lessons from Peru

This brief is based on a research project carried out by Practical Action Consulting with support from the Institute of Development Studies, commissioned by and supported by the Climate and Development Knowledge Network (CDKN), to provide evidence on the advantages and challenges of integrating a gender dimension into climate compatible development strategies in urban settings, with a focus on Peru, India and Kenya.

Gender Equality and Women’s Rights in Myanmar

Myanmar is in rapid political and economic transition, with a triple-reform agenda focused on democratic governance and rule of law; national unity and peace via reconciliation with political parties and ethnic armed organizations; market-oriented economic adjustments, inclusive growth, bottom-up planning and decentralization; improved management of government institutions; collaboration with the international community and Myanmar’s diaspora; and removal of media censorshi

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