A trainer teaches community members in Ndera, Rwanda, how to build a crop bed.

Climate Risk Management

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Climate change impacts land use, fresh water supply, and clean air and places a disproportionate burden on vulnerable and marginalized populations, especially women and girls.
Research increasingly shows that climate change disproportionately impacts women, and we can see this unfold in agriculture. Mozambique is one of the most susceptible countries to climate change in the world.
“[Women are] disproportionately impacted by climate change, more vulnerable to gender-based violence, and therefore disproportionately impacted by conflict.” – Vice President Kamala Harris, remarks to the 65th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women