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Earlier this month, @IUCN came forward with new commitments and initiatives in its Pakistan Climate Change Gender Action Plan (ccGAP) to strengthen the resilience of #women and girls in the face of #climate-related impacts ♀️
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Globally more women than men go hungry.
Nearly 1 in 3 women experience moderate or severe #FoodInsecurity and the gap continues to grow.
More #GenderData in @UN_Women and @UNDESA's 2022 Gender Snapshot:
#SDG5 #GlobalGoals https://t.co/0hB1tVDo3i...