Home / Advancing Gender in the Environment: A sea of opportunities in Central America for gender equality and sustainability

Advancing Gender in the Environment: A sea of opportunities in Central America for gender equality and sustainability

Author:

Organization:

Citation:

Available in

Synopsis

The Regional Coastal Biodiversity Project (RCBP) is a USAID-supported project led by IUCN (as the main implementor of a regional consortium) that aims to protect nature and livelihoods for future generations by reducing threats to biodiversity in bordering coastal-marine ecosystems in El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala along Central America’s Northern Triangle.

This brief provides an overview of RCBP’s gender-responsive strategies, activities, and outcomes to date across project sites.

Scroll to Top

Support for Internet Explorer 11 has ended on June 15th, 2022.

We recommend you to use any of these browsers:

Tweets by @IUCN_Gender

By using this site, you consent to the use of cookies and similar technologies to enhance your user experience. For more information please visit our legal section