Gender Considerations and Approaches: Gender Indicators and Data

Gender Guide. Gender-responsive guidance for coastal conservation and sustainable fisheries projects

The Gender Guide aims to provide a practical how-to for designing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating gender-responsive projects in marine and coastal resource management. It is designed to contribute to designing and rolling out human rights-based and gender-responsive approaches in marine conservation and development of fishing communities, to promote women’s empowerment and effective participation in the marine conservation context, to contribute to the elimination of gender-based violence in Blue Action funded projects, and to make measurable progress in achieving gender equality and gender-equitable outcomes within Blue Action-supported projects.

Mainstreaming gender in regional biodiversity projects

AGENT provided gender technical support for USAID’s Regional Coastal Biodiversity Project in Central America (RCBP). This included a gender analysis for one of the project sites where information was gathered by conducting workshops and focus groups with local women and men.

Guidance for gender based violence (GBV) monitoring and mitigation within non-GBV focused sectoral programming

Clear guidance to practically and ethically monitor and mitigate gender-based violence (GBV). This resource provides recommendations on preventing and responding to unintentional risks, threats, and violence perpetrated against individuals related to programme activities. This document is specifically aimed toward initiatives where GBV is not a specific programme component, and it draws from GBV-related guidance and …

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Gender and Environment Statistics: Unlocking information for action and measuring the SDGs

The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and UN Environment are collaborating to develop an enhanced understanding of and enabling environment for gender-environment statistics, particularly to identify specific indicators that can gather necessary information and strategies for national action as stakeholders work toward meeting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Planting roots for a sustainable and equitable future

26 April 2017 In Malawi, when asked what trees should be planted as a part of forest landscape restoration (FLR) projects, local stakeholders—predominantly male—suggested trees that provide timber, charcoal, and furniture-making materials commonly used only to provide sources of income. However, in these communities, planting trees and restoring the landscape provides opportunities and benefits for …

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