Webinar: Mainstreaming Gender in Adaptation Planning for the Agriculture Sectors
UNDP aims to engage a wider audience on important issues the concern the world. The webinar, which is presented here, looks at ways in which gender can be mainstreamed in climate change adaptation planning for the agriculture sectors.
The first presentation provides the global context for gender mainstreaming, including updates coming out of the recent UNFCCC COP22 meetings in Marrakech. The second presentation focuses on how policy and planning can be better informed by research on the gender dimensions of climate change adaptation. The final presentation looks at experiences in Uganda of linking gender equality and agricultural development in the context of climate change.
The webinar was the second in the NAP-Ag Webinar Series. The webinar was the second in the NAP-Ag Webinar Series. The first webinar addressed The Economics of Adaptation in Agriculture.
- The International Context: The NAP-Ag Programme & COP 22 Outcomes - Rohini Kohli, Lead Technical Specialist, National Adaptation Plan - Global Support Programme (NAP-GSP), UNDP
- Mainstreaming Gender in the NAP-Ag Programme - Sibyl Nelson, Gender Advisor, FAO
- How can policy and planning be better informed by gender research on climate change adaptation? - Una Murray, Consultant, and National University of Galway, (NUIG Ireland) MSc CCAFS programme, and NUIG 3D4AgDev Programme
- Gender mainstreaming in the NAP-Ag Process in Uganda - Stella Tereka, Programme Associate - Gender, FAO Uganda