This ccGAP, developed by IUCN in collaboration with the Government of Nepal and diverse stakeholders, has been developed not as an end in itself, but rather as catalyst for further action to be taken through the inclusion of gender in national climate change processes, policy development, decision-making and project development and – implementation. It is therefore not a stand-alone document, but rather an integral and synergistic complement to existing and future policies in Nepal, both concerning climate change and strategic national planning going forward.
- Gender Action Plans
Climate Change Gender Action Plan for the Government of Nepal
- IUCN and the Government of Nepal
- IUCN (2012). Climate Change Gender Action Plan for the Government of Nepal. IUCN and the Government of Nepal
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