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The gendered dimensions of disaster risk management and adaptation to climate change: stories from the Pacific

Source(s):  Australia - government
Australian Agency for International Development (AusAid)
United Nations Development Programme - Pacific Centre (UNDP Pacific Centre)

This publication synthesises the issues and outcomes from the Forum on the Gendered Dimensions of Disaster Risk management and Adaptation to Climate Change, held at the forum’s interactive group discussions. It provides a starting point for further discussion and exchange on these important issues. The UNDP hopes donors and development practitioners across the region listen to the Pacific voices included in this publication and use it as a tool to guide the substance and direction of future programming in disaster risk management and adaptation to climate change.



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  • The gendered dimensions of disaster risk management and adaptation to climate change: stories from the Pacific
  • Publication date 2008
  • Number of pages 36 p.

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