The Gender Assessment and Monitoring of Adaptation and Mitigation [GAMMA] methodology - a practical handbook on gender and urban climate policy

05/2022 | Tool/Open source product

This booklet provides an overview of the ‘Gender Assessment and Monitoring of Mitigation and Adaptation’ (GAMMA) methodology and a guide to its implementation. It includes case studies on each stage of GAMMA, practical tips on completion, and recommendations on how to use the findings to drive advocacy strategy for gender-responsive climate action. The booklet is structured so that you can use the guiding questions to complete your own gender assessment.

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