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An inside view: Rebecca Snyder

An inside view of GGO: Rebecca Snyder Greetings from New York! Having completed my first three weeks as a student in Columbia University’s MPA in Environmental Science and Policy program, I appreciate all I learned during my time as an intern at the Global Gender Office and the important work being carried out by the […]

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“Ingeniosas”

“Ingeniosas” “Ingeniosas” es el nombre del concurso sobre innovación organizado por Hivos y la Oficina Global de Género (UICN). Esta iniciativa, impulsada desde el Programa Sociedades Verdes de Hivos, busca promover el rol creador e innovador de las mujeres en el marco del uso y creación de energías renovables en Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, […]

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In-session workshop on gender-responsive climate policy with a focus on mitigation action and technology development and transfer GGO has been in Bonn, Germany, participating in the 42nd sessions of the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI 42) and the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA 42), as well as the June session of the […]

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Girls who stay in school are more likely to be able to feed themselves and their families when they become adults. One study showed that women's education contributed 43% of the reduction in child malnutrition over time compared to just 26% for improvements in food availability (Smith and Haddad 2000).

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