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HELPING HAND

PEPPER: Helping women cope with climate change

In Summary
  • Gender inequality contributes to heightened vulnerability of women compared to men in climate-affected areas.
  • Kenya, with its advanced financial systems, presents a myriad of opportunities for interventions, some of which have been tried and are very much scalable.

An estimated one in three women and girls have experienced gender-based violence and these numbers most likely rise in periods of crisis, such as climate related shocks according to the World Health ...