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Gender and Climate Change in the Republic of Serbia

Women and men have different vulnerabilities to climate change impacts on food security, agricultural productivity, livelihood, water availability, sanitation, health and energy, among others. Existing gender  inequalities, such as limited access to natural resources and productive assets including land and finance and to household and community decision-making constrain their ability to adapt to and cope with climate change. Thus, in global climate policy and action, gender equality is slowly gaining recognition and is now officially as an agenda item under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). The UNFCCC is the UN treaty that governs international climate change negotiations and agreements, including discussions about emerging climate finance architecture. It shapes national climate change policies, too. 

Gender Sensitive Data Indicators for Project: Establishing Transparency Framework for the Republic of Serbia

The objective of this report is to contribute to the gender mainstreaming in reporting on climate change contributing to the strengthening the ability of the Republic of Serbia to participate actively in addressing the global environmental threat of climate change in gender responsive manner. In order to achieve this objective, the task was to design the gender mainstreamed monitoring framework on climate change in Serbia with identification of key dimensions, indicators and data sources and to provide recommendation for further gender mainstreaming of designing and monitoring climate change policies.

Gender and Climate Change Training Handbook

This handbook - created by UN Women in partnership with the Government of Serbia and UNDP, and with the financial support of the Global Environment Facility - aims to improve the understanding of gender aspects in climate change. It is intended for experts and interested public, and it is prepared and organized as a training program for male and female representatives of institutions and state administration, so it can be used as a source of information for the preparation of the practical training, as well as a guide for the introduction of gender perspective in programs and projects. The manual is organized according to thematic units of training and includes basic concepts, gender roles and stereotypes; key gender aspects of climate change; legal and strategic frameworks; and the introduction of gender perspectives in policies and programs in the field of climate change.

 

Toolkit for value chain analysis and market development integrating climate resilience and gender responsiveness

This Toolkit aims to help countries in selecting and analyzing value chains for opportunities to improve climate change resilience and reduce gender inequalities. Key strengths of the value chain approach include assisting in adaptation planning, analysis of vulnerabilities and hotspots across a value chain, assessing risks at each node, identifying new market opportunities to help communities adapt, and suggesting partnerships in which there is mutual benefit from the implementation of the strategies.

Gender in adaptation planning for the agriculture sectors: Guide for Trainers

This Guide for Trainers, based on workshops in nine countries, provides a complete set of materials for use in training sessions on mainstreaming gender in adaptation planning in the agriculture sectors. It is designed for a trainer or team responsible for delivering a training workshop for stakeholders who are involved in adaptation planning and related budgeting processes in agriculture. 

Finding the Money

Finding the Money - financing climate action

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Making the Right Choices

Making the Right Choices - Prioritizing Adaptation Options

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Keeping the Taps Running in a Changing Climate

Keeping the Taps Running in a Changing Climate - Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation into Water Resources

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