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Isilda Nhantumbo
18/3/2014
REDD+ and gender
Author name
Date
Isilda Nhantumbo
18/3/2014
‘Flow of goods and money: actors...
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Isilda Nhantumbo
18/3/2014
REDD+ and gender
REDD+: complex landscape
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Isilda Nhantumbo
18/3/2014
REDD+ and gender
Analytical framework
Gender
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generation
Rights
EquityPower
Setting
the
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Isilda Nhantumbo
18/3/2014
REDD+ and gender
Equity in
REDD+
Generation
of income
Energy
Logging
Agriculture
Distribution...
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Isilda Nhantumbo
18/3/2014
REDD+ and gender
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Practical experiences of incorporating
gender in the conceptualisati...
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REDD+ and gender - Isilda Nhantumbo (IIED)

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Presentation on REDD+ and gender by Isilda Nhantumbo (IIED) for a workshop on Gender and Environmental Change held by IIED in London, UK on 17-18 March 2014. For more info: http://iied.org/gender

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REDD+ and gender - Isilda Nhantumbo (IIED)

  1. 1. 1 Isilda Nhantumbo 18/3/2014 REDD+ and gender Author name Date Isilda Nhantumbo 18/3/2014 ‘Flow of goods and money: actors and beneficiaries’ REDD+ and gender
  2. 2. 2 Isilda Nhantumbo 18/3/2014 REDD+ and gender REDD+: complex landscape
  3. 3. 3 Isilda Nhantumbo 18/3/2014 REDD+ and gender Analytical framework Gender and generation Rights EquityPower Setting the scene at national level Provisions and practices: Access – valuable and productive assets (land, forests and carbon), Control, inheritance Statutory Customary Representation in decision making (national and local level) - Influence Participation in sustainable enterprises Drivers, commodities, valu e chain actors and net benefits
  4. 4. 4 Isilda Nhantumbo 18/3/2014 REDD+ and gender Equity in REDD+ Generation of income Energy Logging Agriculture Distribution How, who, when Biomass energy Timber and NTFP Subsistence and commercial crops Production • Who • Profit margins Processing • Who • Profit margins Commercialization • Who • Profit margins Drivers Commodities Value chain analysis Strategy options for REDD+: capitalize on positive impacts for men and women, youth Productivity Efficiency Sustainability Reduction of emissions Co-benefits: improved livelihoods
  5. 5. 5 Isilda Nhantumbo 18/3/2014 REDD+ and gender Session Practical experiences of incorporating gender in the conceptualisation and practice of REDD+ • What has been learned at the local, national and global levels? • What does this suggest for future initiatives and policy engagement?

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