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Changing nature of gender roles in the drylands of the horn and east Africa: Implications for DRR programming

Source(s):  Regional Learning and Advocacy Programme (REGLAP)

This report considers to what degree gender relations and the changes taking place are included within drought risk reduction (DRR) and response strategies, and what lessons can be learnt for developing more effective, gender-sensitive drought-related interventions. The report concludes by providing recommendations to DRR actors for more gender-sensitive interventions and support in pastoral areas.



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  • Changing nature of gender roles in the drylands of the horn and east Africa: Implications for DRR programming
  • Publication date 2011
  • Author(s) Flintan, Fiona
  • Number of pages 71 p.

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