Addressing gender-based impacts of climate change: A case study of Guinayangan, Philippines

This brief summarizes the findings of a case study of a diversification effort undertaken in Guinayangan Climate-Smart Village. Small livestock systems, a climate-smart agriculture practice, present a less risk-prone livelihood venture. It can feature as a diversification agenda, reducing the risks from crop failure and are relevant to all ecosystems. Small livestock initiatives can benefit women as it provides them with a low-labor and manageable economic option, which requires a small startup investment.
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2018-12-06

Author(s)

  • Rosimo, Magnolia
  • Gonsalves, Julian
  • Gammelgaard, Johanna
  • Vidallo, Rene
  • Oro, Emilita

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Rosimo M, Gonsalves J, Gammelgaard J, Vidallo R, Oro E. 2018. Addressing gender-based impacts of climate change: A case study of Guinayangan, Philippines. CCAFS Info note. Wageningen, Netherlands: CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS).