This document is the third in a series of synthesis reports that assess progress on gender-responsive approaches in National Adaptation Plan (NAP) processes at the global level. It coincides with the midpoint of the Gender Action Plan under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), making this a good moment to reflect on progress in integrating gender considerations in NAP processes.
We explore this through a systematic review of the NAP documents submitted to the UNFCCC, as well as through practical examples that illustrate how countries are taking a gender-responsive approach to their NAP processes.
The progress shown in this report demonstrates the potential of NAP processes as a mechanism for ensuring that climate action addresses gender and social inequalities. As countries increasingly move from planning to implementation of adaptation actions, more opportunities are created to work with diverse stakeholders to build resilience while also creating more equitable communities and societies.
Synthesis Report Infographic: Explore progress in several areas of NAP documents.
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- Advancing Gender-Responsive Climate Action Through National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Processes: NAP Global Network Synthesis Report, 2019–2020
- Towards Gender-Responsive NAP Processes: Progress and Recommendations for the Way Forward | Synthesis Report, 2017-18
Publisher: International Institute for Sustainable Development