In this short video, one of USAID LEAF’s gender champions discusses the best way to integrate gender and policy. Sunitha Bishan of The Penita Initiative in Malaysia says, "In order to integrate gender, first you have to recognize what the gender issues are. Within that, there are various methodologies you can apply and use to ensure that the projects, programs and documents are gender responsive."
Những Nhà Quán Quân về Giới và Biến đổi Khí hậu
Hãy tìm hiểu về Sáng kiến Giới của chương trình USAID LEAF qua lời nói của chính những nhà quán quân Giới. Sáng kiến Giới làm việc với 24 nhà quán quân từ 21 tổ chức trong 6 nước thuộc chương trinh USAID LEAF nhằm thúc đẩy việc lồng ghép giới vào các chương trình biến đổi khí hậu tại các cơ quan chính phủ và các tổ chức khác ở Campuchia, Lào, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Thái Lan, và Việt Nam.
Over the past three years, USAID LEAF has worked with university lecturers and educators from around Asia and the Pacific to develop a new climate change curriculum. The video shows how the curriculum process has evolved; it highlights the strong engagement and commitment of more than 120 professors from 14 participating universities in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and Papua New Guinea. Together with its 14 partner universities, USAID LEAF has taken early action on preparing qualified climate change experts across Asia and the Pacific.
Learn more about USAID LEAF's Gender Champions initiative through the words of the champions themselves. The initiative works with 24 champions from 21 institutions in USAID LEAF's 6 countries to promote leadership in integrating gender into climate change at government agencies and other organizations in Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Thailand and Vietnam.
Shot in Laos, this video highlights both the basic practices and challenges of measuring forest biomass. Climate change mitigation strategies depend on comprehensive knowledge of forest carbon stocks. This video provides an example of USAID LEAF efforts to build capacity of local forest managers to measure biomass, helping to better inform current and future forest policy and practice.
This video addresses the topic of gender equity among community forest practitioners. Gender equity means fairness of treatment for men and women, according to their respective needs. Shot in Vientiane, Laos, and the Baan Thung Yao community forest in Thailand, it provides practical examples of how to integrate gender equity into forestry and climate change programs.