Gender inclusive climate services help both men and women to adapt their agricultural practices to a changing climate.
The International Day of Rural Women (IDRW) celebrates the vital role that rural women play in the well-being and development of their communities. When it comes to agriculture and climate change, the specific needs of women are often overlooked when developing farming practices and technologies to adapt to a changing climate.
This IDRW, learn how researchers from the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) work with farmers and organizational partners to implement gender inclusive climate services in Vietnam.
- Tool: Checklist: gender considerations for climate services and safety nets
- Info note: Gender differences in agro-climate information services
- Publication: Gender-responsive rural climate services: a review of the literature
- Working paper: Guide for impact assessment of agro-climate information services