This Technology Transfer Advances Nauru's
- Nationally Determined Contribution and is in line with the Nauru Energy Road Map (2018-2020), which includes an action plan for the transport sector.
Technologies are not gender neutral, and tackling climate change demands that everyone's experience and skills are utilized. Therefore climate technology action needs to ensure that women and men are both engaged in decision-making processes, development and use of technologies, and benefit from their outcomes. Women commonly face higher risks and greater burdens from the impacts of climate change, and their needs must be addressed to ensure effective and equitable climate change actions. Women also bring new perspectives and innovations in identifying and implementing solutions. Below you will find gender-related publications, partners, CTCN technical assistance, technologies and other information for exploring the topic of gender and climate change solutions further.
According to the National Climate Change Adaptation Plan (PNACC), about 320,000 Cameroonians, out of a total population of about 22 million, are already affected by climate-related disasters. The country is already facing an abnormal recurrence of extreme weather events.
The Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) is offering two secondment position and it is currently accepting applications for Fall 20202 (deadline: 10 August 2020):
Presentation of the UN Environment Programme Gender Guidance Toolkit and discussion of the strategies to include gender in projects. The webinar was jointly organised by the UNEP Economy Division and the Gender and Safeguards Unit on the 18th of June 2020.
Women Environmental Programme (WEP) is a non-governmental organization formed in April 1997 by a group of women in Nigeria but registered in 2003.
WEP’s vision is a world where the lives of women and youth are positively transformed. The mission of WEP is ensuring the rights of women and youth through sustainable environmental, socio-political and economic development.
WEP’s activities center around four thematic areas: environment, peace and conflict, governance and climate change.