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Enhancing women’s leadership to address the challenges of climate change on nutrition security and health

Empowering women is a cornerstone of fostering adaptation and addressing the impacts of climate change on nutrition security and health. Through drawing on women’s knowledge and experiences based on their unique social, economic and resource management roles, climate change adaptation planners can significantly reduce communities’ vulnerability to climate change.

Enhancing women’s leadership to address the challenges of climate change on nutrition security and health

Author:
UNSCN, WFP, ACF and Center for Public Health and Climate Change
Year:
2011

From healthy waters to healthy people Rome, 5 July 2018, FAO Headquarters Sheikh Zayed Centre, 09.30–14.30 The meeting is the first official meeting of the informal Global Action Network on Sustainable Food from the Oceans and…
Call for comments on the draft WHO Guidelines on saturated fatty acid and trans-fatty intake for adults and children Public consultation open from 04 May to 1 June 2018 Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) are the leading causes of death and were responsible for an estimated 39.5 million (72%) of the world’s 54.7…
Transforming Food Systems to Support Nutritious Diets April 17th 2018 at 2121 K. Street NW, Suite 800-B, Washington, D.C. 9.00-10.30 EDT, coffee served from 8.30 FAO Liaison Office for North America and the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition…
World Bank Spring Meetings 16-22 April 2018, Washington, DC The Spring Meetings of the Boards of Governors of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank Group (WBG) bring together central bankers, ministers of…
Guidance Note on Integration of Nutrition in the United Nations Development Assistance Framework The purpose of this Guidance Note is to assist United Nation Country Teams (UNCTs) with the integration of nutrition into the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF), using a…