Natural Resources Management

Community Resilience at Scale: Grassroots Women Demonstrating Successful Practices

“Community Resilience at Scale: Grassroots Women Demonstrating Successful Practices” showcases four resilience-building practices designed and implemented by grassroots women in Kenya, Nicaragua, Honduras, and India through GROOTS Kenya, Unión de Cooperativas de Mujeres Las Brumas, Wagucha and Swayam Shikshan Prayog.

Mainstreaming Gender into Forest Policies in Asia and the Pacific

This report was developed as a part of the regional initiative, ‘Mainstreaming gender into forest policies of developing Asia-Pacific Forestry Commission (APFC) member countries,’ funded by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations’ Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (FAO-RAP). The report tries to understand how gender perspectives are being integrated in the forest policies of eight APFC member countries.

Final Report for the “Capacity Building for Women’s Leadership in Farmer Producer Organizations in Asia and the Pacific Region Project”

This report serves as a final report for the three year IFAD funded project: ‘Capacity Building for Women’s Leadership in Farmer Producer Organizations in Asia and the Pacific Region Project’.

A Guide to the Restoration Opportunities Assessment Methodology (ROAM)

The Restoration Opportunities Assessment Methodology (ROAM), produced by IUCN and the World Resources Institute,  provides a flexible and affordable framework approach for countries to rapidly identify and analyse forest landscape restoration (FLR) potential and locate specific areas of opportunity at a national or sub-national level.

Gender and Food Security: Towards Gender-Just Food and Nutrition Security

This BRIDGE Cutting Edge Overview Report makes the case for a new, gender-aware understanding of food security, arguing that partial, apolitical and gender-blind diagnoses of the problem of food and nutrition insecurity is leading to insufficient policy responses and the failure to realise the right to food for all people.

Promoting Productive Gendered Spaces for Adapting to Climatic Stress: Two case studies from rural Bangladesh.

This policy brief highlights how sensitivity to access to specific assets and constraints experienced by women (in particular local contexts) can help realize their potential of becoming important actors in adapting local food production to climatic stress.

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