Women are the majority of the world’s poor population and are often responsible for household food production, family health and nutrition, and management of natural resources-that are particularly sensitive to climate change. They are commonly faced with higher risks and greater burdens from the impacts of #climatechange.
Their limited participation in decision-making processes and labor markets deepen inequalities and often prevent them from fully contributing to climate-related planning, policy-making. Implementation, monitoring and evaluation.
With the support of Grassroot International, Kebetkache has been engaging local stakeholders on Gender and Climate Change, and how to access climate finance. More photos from the workshop below.