Kulima runs third training course on new gender-sensitive Climate Vulnerability Capacity Analysis methodology

Tracy trainingDr Katharine Vincent and Ms Tracy Cull are currently in Maxixe, Mozambique, to run the third training course on the new gender-sensitive Climate Vulnerability Capacity Analysis (GCVCA) toolkit, developed in conjunction with CARE Mozambique as part of the project on engendering disaster risk reduction, funded by BMZ through CARE Germany.  The course is being attended by CARE staff and partners from the Homoine district, who will then apply the methodology in order to inform the design of subsequent development interventions to reduce vulnerability and promote adaptive capacity of both men and women. This course follows on from one held in Maputo in March, and the second held in Nampula in August.

 

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