Gender equality as a pathway for sustainable development: (Lessons learned in Eastern and Southern) Africa Gender Climate Brief

Gender equality as a pathway for sustainable development: Lessons learned in Eastern and Southern Africa The cross-cutting issues of gender, environment and climate change need to be addressed simultaneously to advance sustainable development1 in line with the Sustainable Development Agenda 2030 and address existing inequalities. A common challenge in tackling cross-cutting issues is ensuring that they are prioritized – and implemented – in national, sector and district policies and budgets

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