“Impacts of climate change are not gender neutral due to existing gender inequalities “
Climate change is one of the most challenging threats to sustainable development in the world today. Climate change induced natural catastrophes including floods, prolonged droughts, storms among others mostly affect agricultural land and other natural resources like water, forest, wetlands and other eco systems on which many, especially those living in rural communities and women heavily rely to sustain their livelihoods, food security needs and play their care giving roles.
It is on this basis that UCOBAC through its Climate Change and Resilient Livelihoods’ Program undertakes different activities to build community resilience to effects of climate change on their livelihoods.
Our CCRL Program interventions include;
UCOBAC climate change action is grounded in locally led Adaptation principles including;