As part of a project for the World Bank, we created country-level profiles of how REDD+ programming is being implemented.
These previously unpublished studies were used to inform the final synthesis report.
Over the course of 18 months, the Resource Equity team collaborated with the World Bank to examine how REDD+ programming is functioning in the context of women’s land rights and gender equity.
We originally wrote about the project in 2021, and then shared the overall synthesis report, as well as a selection of the detailed country profiles, in 2022. As part of the project, we analyzed nearly 20 different countries, ten of which were used to inform the final report but weren’t published separately.
We gained permission from the World Bank to publish these reports individually in order to share our findings and provide a more comprehensive look at how climate change programming is performing in the context of women’s land rights.
These individual reports explore the current status of programs, the situation on the ground, a gap analysis, and recommendations for advancing gender equity in Côte d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Dominican Republic, Fiji, Mexico, Mozambique, Nepal, Nicaragua, Republic of Congo, Vietnam.