The insights contained in this document will help unlock the potential demand for a CES among women farmers in particular, who have been under-targeted and underserved. It will also provide best practices on how to integrate gender at all levels: individual community, and within CES organization.
Perceiving a gap in the resources available to individuals and organizations concerned about the gendered experiences of climate change, GGCA commissioned this literature review in early 2016 in order to provide the most up-to- date assessment of the current evidence base illustrating how vulnerability to climate change and climate adaptation decisions vary by gender. This is […]
This report, produced by the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security, investigates gender disparities in uptake and knowledge of climate-smart agriculture in rural Kenya. Resilient and sustainable agricultural techniques have the capacity to improve income, environment and food security for farmers affected by climate change. Many social barriers exist, however, particularly […]