What does it mean to mainstream gender in climate finance? How gender-just solutions can be scaled up? Why is it important to consider the gender dimension when designing climate projects and how this protects human health?
Join us to debate these questions with Seblewongel Deneke Negussie, who is the Gender and Social Specialist at the Green Climate Fund (GCF) with over two years at the fund. She comes from Ethiopia and has 20 years plus working experience on gender issues with both national and international organizations. She has been working in the agriculture and food security, good governance, private sector and nutrition ensuring gender is mainstreamed. She has led and been involved in strategy and policy development, project /program design, implementation and supervision works. - grounded and experience working with communities, on agriculture, food security, forestry as well as in the preventions of harmful practices and violence against women issues.
Organised by the Women Leaders for Planetary Health (WLPH)
Moderated by Dr. Nicole de Paula, Founder WLPH