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Filling buckets, fuelling change: Ensuring gender-responsive climate change adaptation

Source(s):  United Nations Development Programme - Headquarters (UNDP)

Learning from the Canada-UNDP Climate Change Adaptation Facility.

It aims to provide concrete examples and experiences from all six CCAF countries on the specific inputs, resources and partnerships needed to design and implement gender-responsive approaches. It hopes to develop a better understanding of how gender-responsive approaches can be cost-effective and lead to greater adaptation impact.

The key factors enabling gender-responsive adaptation in project cycles, are the following (pp. 189-193):

  • gender analysis;
  • participatory approaches;
  • gender strategies and plans;
  • indicators and sex-disaggregated data;
  • the design and use of specific practices for empowering women;
  • adequate use of gender expertise;
  • gender-responsive budgeting.



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  • Filling buckets, fuelling change: Ensuring gender-responsive climate change adaptation
  • Publication date 2016
  • Number of pages 103 p.

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