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USAID LEAF Final Report

USAID LEAF Final Report

USAID LEAF Final Report

12 April 2016

Over a five-year implementation period from 2011-2016, the USAID LEAF program delivered significant results against its overall objective of strengthening the capacity of target countries to achieve meaningful and sustained reductions in greenhouse gas emissions from the forestry-land use sector. 

Asia-Pacific Leadership Initiative on Gender and Climate Change

 Asia-Pacific Leadership Initiative on Gender and Climate Change

Asia-Pacific Leadership Initiative on Gender and Climate Change

11 December 2015

For two years, USAID LEAF strengthened 24 Gender Champions from six countries in the Asia-Pacific Leadership Initiative on Gender and Climate Change. Our Gender Champions increased their knowledge and skills, resulting in confident, visible leaders ready to address gender issues in climate change.

Gender Champions Develop Gender-Inclusive Climate Solutions in Laos

Gender Champions Develop Gender-Inclusive Climate Solutions in Laos

Gender Champions Develop Gender-Inclusive Climate Solutions in Laos

29 September 2015

USAID LEAF’s Asia-Pacific Leadership Initiative on Gender and Climate Change initiative has strengthened the leadership skills of 24 gender champions from six countries to integrate gender issues in forestry and climate change.

Climate Change Champions Strengthen Gender Integration in Cambodia

Strengthening Gender Integration in Cambodia

Climate Change Champions Strengthen Gender Integration in Cambodia

24 September 2015

USAID LEAF’s Asia-Pacific Leadership Initiative on Gender and Climate Change initiative has strengthened the leadership skills of 24 gender champions from six countries to integrate gender issues in forestry and climate change.

USAID LEAF Initiative Helps Develop Leaders for Gender Equality

Sunitha Bishan discusses key elements of training design on gender equality

USAID LEAF Initiative Helps Develop Leaders for Gender Equality

03 August 2015

USAID LEAF has been supporting a core group of 24 gender champions from 21 institutions in six Asia-Pacific countries through its flagship activity, Asia-Pacific Leadership Initiative on Gender and Climate Change.

Leadership Initiative Helps Address Gender Equality in Climate Change

Leadership Initiative Helps Address Gender Equality in Climate Change

15 July 2015

Since November 2013, USAID LEAF has been supporting a core group of 24 gender champions from 21 institutions in six Asia-Pacific countries through its Asia-Pacific Leadership Initiative on Gender and Climate Change. The initiative focuses on strengthening a core group of professionals working in climate change to effectively integrate gender into their work.

Gender Analysis of Lam Dong's Provincial REDD+ Action Plan

Gender Analysis of Lam Dong's Provincial REDD+ Action Plan_Vietnam

Gender Analysis of Lam Dong's Provincial REDD+ Action Plan

31 March 2015

This report captures the findings from a gender analysis conducted to identify shortcomings in empowering women and integrating gender into the Lam Dong Provincial REDD+ Action Plan (PRAP) in Vietnam, and provides specific recommendations to promote gender integration into the PRAP.

Gender Analysis of Lam Dong's Provincial REDD+ Action Plan

Gender Analysis of Lam Dong's Provincial REDD+ Action Plan

Gender Analysis of Lam Dong's Provincial REDD+ Action Plan

05 March 2015

This report captures the findings from a gender analysis conducted to identify shortcomings in empowering women and integrating gender into the Lam Dong Provincial REDD+ Action Plan (PRAP) in Vietnam, and provides specific recommendations to promote gender integration into the PRAP.

Scoping Study of Good Practices for Strengthening Women's Inclusion in Forest and Other Natural Resource Management Sectors

Scoping Study of Good Practices for Strengthening Women's Inclusion in Forest and Other Natural Resource Management Sectors

Scoping Study of Good Practices for Strengthening Women's Inclusion in Forest and Other Natural Resource Management Sectors

01 August 2013
This report provides identifies enabling factors, and subsequent dialogues, to provide actors responsible for REDD+ design and implementation with suggestions for practical entry points for inclusion of women in forest and natural resource management.

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