The climate crisis: Women’s Funds in GAGGA
Women’s Funds are in a distinctive and strategic position to get money to the ground, especially to women otherwise overlooked. They are addressing both the climate crisis and women’s rights around the world, engaging in lobbying and advocacy to ensure that local women’s environmental solutions are embraced and implemented.
Funders can move more resources to women’s movements fighting for climate justice. Recent in-depth interviews with Women’s Funds surface ideas to help donors expand and deepen their environmental funding strategies. Read the below series of briefs to better understand how women’s funds strengthen environmental justice and how funders can move resources, with examples from GAGGA partners in Paraguay, Kenya, Bolivia, Mongolia, Nepal and Mexico.
- Why the environment is a women’s rights issue
- How Women’s Funds strengthen environmental justice
- Women’s Funds in action: Examples from practice
- How funders can move resources
- Women’s Funds in action: Indigenous women lead the way in Paraguay
- Women’s Funds in action: Women strategise across movements in Kenya