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African Women Network for Sustainable Development/Réseau Femmes Africaines pour le Développement Durable (REFADD)
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African Women Network for Sustainable Development/Réseau Femmes Africaines pour le Développement Durable (REFADD)
REFADD was created in 1998 by Civil Society Organisations working on gender, women empowerment and natural resource managements in the Central African region within 10 countries: Burundi, Cameroon, Congo, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, DRC,Centrafrican Republic,Sao Tomé&Principe, Rwanda and Chad. It's objective is to promote sustainable management of environment and natural resources taking into account gender considerations. Its regional base in Brazzaville/Congo is supported by country offices
Africa
Food security, agriculture, forestry and fisheries, Water resources, Oceans and coastal areas, Human health, Tourism, Science, assessment, monitoring and early warning, Education and training, Transport, infrastructure and human settlements, Terrestrial ecosystems
Capacity building, Education, Training, Knowledge management, Humanitarian assistance, Pilot adaptation programmes/projects, Monitoring and evaluation of adaptation, Climate-resilient development planning, Disaster risk reduction, Risk/vulnerability mapping, Communication and awareness-raising
Methods and tools, Data and observations, Socio-economic information, Research, Economic diversification, Climate related risks and extreme events, Technologies for adaptation, Adaptation planning and practices
Flood, Heatwave, Drought, Wildfire
Sub-national, National, Regional, Community-based



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