Pakistan has long acknowledged the nexus between gender and the environment, starting with the country’s first National Conservation Strategy, adopted in 1992. Pakistan’s Climate Change Gender Action Plan (ccGAP) aims to support policy measures and strengthen institutional processes that enhance women’s participation in climate decision making and implementation. Developed by the Ministry of Climate Change (MOCC) and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), this ccGAP is the first document of its kind that not only recognises the role of gender in the development of climate solutions but also sets out a series of practical steps to make this a reality.
Gender Action Plans
Climate Change Gender Action Plan of the Government and People of Pakistan
- IUCN Pakistan
- IUCN Pakistan
- IUCN Pakistan (2022). Climate Change Gender Action Plan of the Government and People of Pakistan. IUCN Pakistan, Pakistan. xii + 107 pp.
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