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Please note the guidance and checklist are undergoing final design and will be shared soon.

This tookit has been developed for national women's machinery, for national DRR machinery, and for UN Women staff (regional and country-level) to support gender-responsive implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction at a regional level.

This guide aims at enhancing the capacity of Climate and Disaster Risk Finance and Insurance (CDRFI) specialists and gender focal points to produce and utilise gender analysis in their work.
This self-paced, online course unpacks the interlinkages between climate change, peace and security and explores opportunities for promoting inclusive climate action, conflict prevention and peacebuilding.
UN Women, UNDRR and UNFPA developed a gender guidance to ensure a gender-responsive Midterm Review of the Sendai Framework for DRR

The women's leadership assessment framework and associated tools were developed as part of UN Women’s signature intervention, the Women’s Resilience to Disasters (WRD) programme through consultation with key actors, in addition to building on existing approaches to measuring women’s leadership and participation in COVID-19 responses and localisation.

This guidance note aims to provide practical step-by-step guidance on how to translate international commitments relevant to improving the gender-responsiveness of Climate and Disaster Risk Finance and Insurance (CDRFI) solutions into action at the national and institutional level. These international commitments include the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Paris Agreement; the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); and the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (the Sendai Framework).

Explore national and regional progress developing gender-responsive and inclusive disaster risk reduction legislation, policies and strategies.
The “Intersectionality resource guide and toolkit”, a UN Women and United Nations Partnership on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities led collaborative initiative with support from United Nations and non-United Nations entities, aims to help both organisations and individual practitioners and experts to address intersectionality in policies and programmes.

Learn how to create appropriate gender-related targets in climate projects and the Monitoring, Evaluating and Learning (MEL) system to track them and manage projects adaptively over time.

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