Mainstreaming Gender at the GEF - CLME+ HUB

Mainstreaming Gender at the GEF

Gender relations, between women and men, and girls and boys, play a key role in the access to and control over environmental resources and the goods and services that they provide. Accounting for gender dimensions is an important consideration when running projects that address global environmental issues. To be successful, projects must recognize women’s roles as primary land and resource managers, and weigh the different ways women and men consider conservation incentives.

Author: GEF
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