Gender equality is central to achieving a sustainable and resilient future for Pacific islands.This toolkit is designed to support climate change practitioners working in national governments, non-governmental organisations, regional and international organisations, integrate gender into all aspects of policy, programming and project work.
The toolkit is divided into four modules, which can be read in conjunction or used as standalone documents for practitioners seeking guidance on a specific topic.
The modules are also supported by annexes, checklists and tools.
Module 1 - This introductory module explains why gender is a critical consideration in climate change programmes, projects and strategies, defines the key approaches and concepts, and clarifies some common misconceptions.
Module 2 - Introduces the different phases of a typical climate change programme/project cycle, identifies potential entry-points for integrating gender perspectives in each phase and also includes a generic gender checklist that may be applied to programmes and projects.
Module 3 - Focuses on the links between gender and climate change in specific sectors and uses sector relevant case studies to demonstrate how gender perspectives can be applied in the identification and assessment of climate change problems and solutions. Key gender indicators are also provided to support monitoring and evaluation.
Module 4 - This final module examines gender in relation to climate change governance. It discusses how to integrate gender considerations in institutional arrangements, policy coordination and negotiations, and climate change finance.
Annex 1: Glossary
Annex 2: Additional Resources
Annex 3: Gender Responsive Terms and Indicator
Tool 3: Feasibility assessment - integrating gender
Tool 4: Cost benefit analysis (CBA) Framework - integrating gender
Tool 5: Policy, programme and project screening matrix
Tool 6: Gender Action Plan
3. Gender analysis checklist for energy within a programme or project cycle
4. Gender analysis checklist for disaster risk reduction within a programme or project cycle