• Gyerekmunka
  • Két gyerek
  • Gyerekek a családban
  • Öregek
  • Asszony tánc
  • Asszonyok terménnyel
  • Városkép
  • Tanítás
  • Always on  the road
  • Bare Eyes
  • Black albino
  • Children of Misery
  • Kids of Kenya
  • Maasai Chief
  • Maasai children
  • Maasai village
  • Maasai women
  • Past and the future on her face
  • Smiling in chador
  • The English teacher

"A természeti kultúrák "megszentelt föld, megszentelt szex" bölcsessége erre irányult: maradjunk egyensúlyban a földdel."

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Learning Brief 2: Engendering Conservation Constituencies: Understanding the Links between Women’s Empowerment and Biodiversity Conservation Outcomes for PHE Programs - WWF-Nepal Case Study

 

As part of its global Population-Health-Environment (PHE) Alliance from 2008 to 2011, World Wildlife Fund-US undertook a PHE learning agenda, with the support of USAID and Johnson & Johnson. This WWF-Nepal case study was produced by gender consultant Nancy Diamond to explore the impact of PHE activities of the WWF-Nepal Terai Arc Landscape (TAL) Project on women’s empowerment to inform the global PHE community. From a research perspective, the key research questions focus on how PHE activities have contributed to women’s empowerment and how empowered women contribute to conservation outcomes. From an operational perspective, this case study piloted a new methodology, the WWF Women’s Economic, Social and Political Empowerment (WWESPE) Tool, for project staff. The aim is to help conservation and/or other PHE project staff understand how their PHE (or conservation-only) projects are contributing to women’s empowerment and the conservation outcomes from these efforts and learn how to enhance these women’s empowerment impacts (i.e., more types of empowerment impacts and more women benefiting).

The case study found that overall the TAL and TAL-PHE approach helped to advance women's empowerment and thier involvement in conservation in Teria project communities. While the extent and pattern of women's economic, social and political empowerment varied within project communities, the report found that the use of adult and youth teams of men and women peer educators and inclusion of a gender module in the peer educator trainings were two successful project elements that contributed to women's empowerment.

 

 

http://www.worldwildlife.org/what/communityaction/people/phe/WWFBinaryitem21121.pdf

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