Climate change poses new challenges to already vulnerable populations in different countries in Africa. It is therefore essential to develop an understanding of how men and women are differently vulnerable to, and able to cope with climate change impacts. This theme will share knowledge and experiences on the key linkages between climate change and gender inequality, focusing particularly on adaptation and mitigation policies and practices in the agriculture sector.
- *Upcoming Webinar 24 Oct. - #Youth and a changing climate: Engaging young people in climate-smart agriculture* Come… https://t.co/Ur9udQcUuM, Wednesday, October 17, 2018
- Highlighting @cgiarclimate initiatives that address the issue of malnutrition that contribute to achieving… https://t.co/v9wen7vjV8, Tuesday, October 16, 2018
- RT @catmungai: "Gender mainstreaming is a process not a goal," Dr. Manyewu Mutamba emphasizes as African negotiators discuss… https://t.co/EkbCRE4dqK, Friday, September 28, 2018
- The future of banking is in seeds: Hoima district establishes a community #seedbank to strengthen farmers' adaptive… https://t.co/HLKeUIpXRL, Thursday, September 20, 2018
- RT @cgiarclimate: What have farmers in #Rwanda learn from the Participatory Integrated Climate Services for Agriculture (PICSA) train… https://t.co/rp7d41O02r, Friday, September 14, 2018