The Inclusive Climate Change Adaptation for a Sustainable (ICCASA) program is an African Development Bank program funded by the Korea-Africa Economic Cooperation Trust Fund. It was created to promote gender mainstreaming in climate initiatives, including policies and negotiations, to ensure climate actions help both women and men prepare for climate change. Project activities included negotiator trainings, the development of training manuals, policy briefs, and a gender and climate vulnerability hotspot analysis.
In addition, the review and analysis of relevant literature and data on gender, climate risks, and gender mainstreaming was carried out in 10 African countries, including: Burundi, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda. Each country study reviewed gender and climate-related policies, including international agreements and national policy. These findings were edited and collated into this report.
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