The Co-operative Republic of Guyana Report

 

This report synthesizes the findings from the gender-based climate resilience analysis in the Co-operative Republic of Guyana under the Enabling Gender-Responsive Disaster Recovery, Climate and Environmental Resilience in the Caribbean (EnGenDER) Project. The project’s overall goal is to improve gender-responsive climate and disaster resilience, including for women and girls, key vulnerable populations and future generations in the Caribbean.

The objective of the gender-based climate resilience analysis in Guyana was to provide qualitative and quantitative data on the following:

  • the gendered inequality and vulnerability of women and men in identified priority sectors (e.g. identified via NAPs, NAMAs or Nationally Determined Contributions [NDCs]);
  • the successes and barriers to women’s empowerment and participation in contributing to each identified priority sector, and the opportunities for policy articulation to strengthen the integration of gender equality into sectoral planning and implementation processes to address adaptation and resilience; and
  • the projected localized climate change impacts on men and women, persons with disabilities (PWDs), indigenous populations and other vulnerable groups within the priority sectors.

 

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

This report synthesizes the findings from the gender-based climate resilience analysis in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) under the Enabling Gender-Responsive Disaster Recovery, Climate and Environmental Resilience in the Caribbean (EnGenDER) Project.

The report presents and analyses data on existing gender and social inequities. It examines how climate change will impact on and shape the vulnerabilities among men, women and key vulnerable groups, while identifying critical gaps, opportunities and challenges. It also provides recommendations to guide the development of gender-responsive and socially-inclusive policies and plans to build climate resilience in the priority sectors identified for SVG.

 

Saint Lucia

This report synthesizes the findings from the gender-based climate resilience analysis in Saint Lucia under the Enabling Gender-Responsive Disaster Recovery, Climate and Environmental Resilience in the Caribbean (EnGenDER) Project. 

The report presents and analyzes data on existing gender and social inequities and how climate change will impact and shape the vulnerabilities among men, women and key vulnerable groups, and highlights key gaps, opportunities and challenges for the three priority sectors identified for Saint Lucia:

  • Agriculture (crops and livestock)
  • Fisheries
  • Water

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