Examples of innovative women’s mitigation activities in IUCN ccGAPs: Liberia

In the Liberia Climate Change Gender Action Plan (ccGAP) report, some of the many innovative ideas on how to mobilise women’s activities and engagement towards mitigation results include:

Training and empowering women environmental whistleblowers who act as coastal monitors.
Training women in plumbing, water plant treatment, community-based quality monitoring systems and service provision at county level.
Mainstreaming gender considerations into national REDD+ initiatives.
Developing initiatives to encourage women and men to use renewable green energy.


Click to access the full Liberia ccGAP.Click to access a factsheet providing a summary overview of the Bangladesh ccGAP.For more information on our ccGAP methodology, please click to read our publication The Art of Implementation: Gender strategies transforming national and regional climate change decision making.

For more information on ccGAPs or how to work with IUCN in developing one, please contact us at globalgenderoffice@iucn.org and visit https://genderandenvironment.org/redefining-what-results-look-like/. ‎