Participation of women and gender experts in the climate process is crucial for developing just, effective and efficient measures of climate protection. Climate protection needswomen's expertise, their perspectives, their political support and their engagement as key agents of change. Women should be targeted for educational programmes concerning climate change, for them to be able to be in position to contribute to findings and implementation of climate change solutions that are most likely to be successful within a community. This paper highlights emerging issues in regard to gender and climate change in Africa.
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