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Study on differentiated impacts of DLDD on women and men: Summary for decision makers

Undertaking an analysis of the gender impacts of de- sertification, land degradation and drought (DLDD) requires looking at the socio-economic issues that affect women and men differently when the land is degraded or when drought occurs. It means looking at how they are impacted, as well as at the coping mechanisms that they are able to develop in a given socio-cultural and economic…

Study on differentiated impacts of DLDD on women and men: Summary for decision makers
Study on differentiated impacts of desertification, land degradation and drought on women and men

This study launched at the Gender Caucus during the UNCCD COP15 in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, demonstrates that desertification, land degradations and drought (DLDD) is not only about the land but about people. Climate, ecosystems and human societies are interdependent. Women make valuable contributions to land restoration efforts through recovery of traditional adaptation practices…

Study on differentiated impacts of desertification, land degradation and drought on women and men
Food Systems Summit action guide 5: Gender equity

Women everywhere play a vital role in every aspect of growing, harvesting, processing, and marketing what we eat. They produce over half of the world’s food. But compared to men, they are often held back from their ambitions by tenure, customs, or laws that perpetuate unequal access to productive resources, credit, and extension services. Such widespread gender gaps have profound implications for…

Food Systems Summit action guide 5: Gender equity