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Meet Sharon Bhagwan-Rolls, the Regional Representative of the Shifting the Power Coalition in Fiji.
Meet Noelene Nabulivou, founder of Diverse Voices and Action for Equality or 'DIVA for Equality' in Fiji
The Women's Resilience to Disasters programme has been given the green light in Kiribati
Gender champions share insights on women’s leadership and gender equality in disaster risk reduction
UN Women, in partnership with the Australian Government, organised the first in-person gender champion and gender expert meeting, during the 7th Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction
Inter-generational feminist collaboration for transformative action in the Pacific
Women are coordinating and strengthening resilience networks
The Network of Women-led Organisations in Nigeria coordinates and strengthens the collaboration among members and partners, insuring the inclusion of women and girls in programs and projects.
Meet Ms. Vasiti Soko, the Director of the National Disaster Management Office of Fiji.
Dr. Riyanti Djalante
Meet Dr. Riyanti Djalante, who is promoting women's leadership in DRR at the ASEAN Secretariat.
Inequality and vulnerability must be addressed for gender-responsive and accessible disaster risk reduction
Gender in DRR - Mainstreamed into invisibility
Does gender mainstreaming make it more difficult to ensure women’s concerns are addressed?
Heat stress management and gender-sensitive heat adaptation plans in Sri Lanka
Data collection in Colombo
How can women’s leadership reduce risks and build resilience?
We asked resilience practitioners, women leaders, gender champions, and experts from around the world why diverse leadership is so important to their work
7th Global Platform for DRR official statement by Ms. Sima Bahous, Executive Director of UN Women
Women in rural Bangladesh pay more for rising cost of climate disasters
A new kind of drought insurance for women in Kenya’s arid rangelands
Leading from the frontline in Vanuatu
Women's leadership in disaster resilience
Women, low earners ‘prone to disaster-linked depression’
People living in communities affected by disasters in Sub-Saharan Africa are more likely to experience depression, with women, black Africans and low earners most susceptible, analysis suggests.