Meaningful participation by women who are on the frontlines of climate change is essential for gender-responsive, locally led adaptation. Over the last several months, the social enterprise Lensational and the NAP Global Network have been working with groups of women in Ghana and Kenya to explore how visual storytelling can be used as a tool for policy advocacy.
This event explored the power of visual storytelling in bringing women’s voices into climate change adaptation planning processes – especially women from underrepresented groups and communities. Visual stories captured by women on the frontlines of climate change in Ghana and Kenya were showcased and the discussions focused on how these can influence decision making in NAP processes, towards locally-led and gender-responsive adaptation action.
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Publisher: International Institute for Sustainable Development and Lensational