By Climatelinks

Across sub-sectors of rural climate resilience – including social protection, disaster risk reduction, livelihood diversification, climate-smart agriculture, among others – what are promising approaches to address gender and nutrition in project design, monitoring, and evaluation?

The Gender, Climate Change, and Nutrition Integration Initiative (GCAN), implemented by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) in support of the USAID Bureau of Food Security (BFS), is seeking project case studies to identify promising practices and lessons learned from rural resilience projects that also advance gender equality and nutrition security, to develop a report on promising approaches for USAID BFS, USAID missions, and partners.

Do you have experience designing, implementing, or evaluating a climate resilience project in an agricultural (including pastoral, forestry, and fisheries) setting that also advances gender and/or nutrition goals? If you have lessons learned from any stage of the project cycle, about approaches that did or did not work, please share your contact information and brief project description in this brief survey form by Friday, October 7, 2017 for follow up by the team. For those interested to participate, the team will analyze project documents and contact practitioners for further discussion (on or off the record) where possible.

For more information, please visit the GCAN website.

Strategic Objective
Adaptation
Topics
Adaptation, Gender and Social Inclusion, Resilience
Region
Global

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