BACKGROUND The Global Alliance for Green and Gender Action (GAGGA) is a vibrant and diverse network, established in 2016, involving women’s funds, environmental justice funds, NGOs,…
We will highlight women’s role, demands and actions in ensuring water security in the face of climate change.
GAGGA completed a final external evaluation of its first four years of implementation
From Nepal to El Salvador, women are making core contributions to advance climate solutions.
They're switching established gender roles and growing their own organic, climate-resilient food.
They're influencing their local governments to incorporate gender and climate into their programs.
The plan is a roadmap for the government to integrate women’s knowledge and concerns in national climate change initiatives.
Perspectives on community-based solutions, resourcing and partnership, healing work, care and inclusive narratives.