This gender assessment for a UNDP project funded by the Green Climate Fund and with support from the Republic of Korea supports the Government of Uganda to build resilient communities, restore wetland ecosystems and associated catchments. It provides an overview of the situation in Uganda, identifying gender issues that are relevant to the project, and examining gender‐mainstreaming opportunities. This assessment revealed links between GBV and climate change, informing resiliency strategies.
Gender Assessment and Action Plan – Uganda: Building Resilient Communities, Wetland Ecosystems and Associated Catchments
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- UNDP (2020). Gender Assessment and Action Plan - Uganda: Building Resilient Communities, Wetland Ecosystems and Associated Catchments. GCF, Incheon: South Korea.
- Gender Analysis, Integrating Gender in the Project Cycle
- Building Gender Knowledge and Capacities, Good Practices
- Advancing Women's Participation and Leadership, Community, Gender-Responsive National Planning
- Addressing Gender-Based Violence
- Accessing and Controlling Natural Resources, Decision Making, Gendered Work Burdens, Land and Resource Rights
- Adaptation and Resilience, Climate Change, Community-Based Adaptation, Deforestation and Degradation, Disaster Risk Reduction, Ecosystem-Based Adaptation, Soil Fertility Decline, Water Erosion
- Agriculture, Farming, Fisheries, Water
- Sub-Saharan Africa, Uganda
- Donors and Funds, Green Climate Fund (GCF)