REDD+

Essentials of REDD+ A Handbook for Rural Women and Community Leaders in Cameroon

It is important for women leaders, especially those in forest-dependent communities, to be aware of discussions and decisions on climate change, especially REDD+, and participate in the discussions and decision-making processes. 

Gender in Forestry and REDD+ in Indonesia

Indonesia, like many other countries, is prone to these gendered risks given the historically entrenched male-dominated nature of the forestry sector coupled with growing commercial pressures on forest land, embedded social and cultural norms and religious interpretations that may exacerbate gender inequalities in rural communities.

The Knowledge and Skills Needed to Engage in REDD+: A Competencies Framework

"There is an increasing need and demand for more information to support engagement in REDD+ among all stakeholder groups. Although the information and guidance related to REDD+ has expanded as awareness and research has ramped up, there are still limited resources that present an overview of the skills and expertise required for a range of REDD+ issues.

Gender and REDD+ Learning Exchange Summary Report

Over three days, 13-15 May 2014, in Washington, D.C., the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) joined with the Global Gender Office (GGO) of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) to organize and host a technical workshop on gender and reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+).

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