Men and women are affected differently by climate change due to variations in their traditional roles, social norms, and livelihoods. Men and women have different social positions and obligations, which means they have different opportunities to incorporate climate change adaptation strategies into their lives. To effectively incorporate climate change into development activities, it is important to consider these distinctions.
During natural and man-made disasters, war, or other crises, child safety in emergencies is about preventing and reacting to crime, harassment, exploitation, and neglect of children. Even after the initial crisis has ended, emergency situations will persist.
Gender-based violence (GBV) is the world's most widespread but least [...]
CTP is a delivery system for assistance; it is not a field or program in and of itself. CTPs, such as large-scale, state-sponsored cash transfer schemes, can be planned with longer-term development goals in mind.
Following independence, the country's first president was focused on three [...]
Despite international efforts, the increase in natural disaster damage and [...]
The world is changing. Needs are becoming more dynamic and [...]
Monitoring and Evaluation with Disaster recovery As disaster and emergency [...]
The 21st Century has witnessed impacts of Climate Change in many [...]
The United Nations Environmental Protection and the Bureau of Labor [...]