Women's disaster and climate resilient livelihoods


If women’s livelihoods are risk and climate-informed, they can withstand, cope and recover from disasters, and women can sustainably maintain or enhance their access and control of resources, capacity, knowledge and assets both now and in the future.


This study uses a mixed approach that includes a survey, Abbreviated Women's Empowerment in Agriculture Index (A-WEAI), Pearson's chi-square coefficient, and reflective dialogue to analyze cultural or traditional beliefs and reflective dialogues on

AIMS Press

This Handbook highlights the importance of localization of the SDGs especially regarding gender equality, helps assess the impact of COVID-19 on women’s economic security and recovery, and offers tools to develop feasible solutions at the local level for

United Cities and Local Governments United Nations Development Programme

This study examines how large-scale environmental shocks, specifically floods, alter the gender division of labor in traditional rural societies using individual-level time allocation data from the Pakistan Rural Household Panel Survey 2012, 2013, and

International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (Elsevier)

Like access to electricity or clean cooking, access to sustainable cooling is an energy service that is essential for achieving Sustainable Development Goal 7 (SDG7) in areas that experience high temperatures. Over 1 billion people in 54 high-impact

Sustainable Energy for All Initiative
This project targets female farmers to meet their needs in preparation, adaptation and mitigation of disasters as they are usually first respondents during disasters.
United Nations Development Programme

This paper examines the diversified climate-resilient business model of the Tubeleke Club. Tubeleke Women Club is a producer organization made up 26 members located in the south of Choma District in South West of Southern Province of Zambia. In recent

International Institute for Environment and Development