With generous financial support from the Government of Japan through the Japan Biodiversity Fund, a pilot project was undertaken in 2016 to build the capacity of developing country Parties to integrate gender considerations into their NBSAPs, as part of the process of revising these plans to align with the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020.
Implemented by the IUCN Global Gender Office (GGO) in collaboration with the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, this project included a global analysis of the level of integration of gender considerations in the NBSAPs transmitted to the Secretariat from 1993 to mid-2016, as well as three pilot country initiatives â€“ in Brazil, Mexico and Uganda â€“ to foster gender integration in the process of NBSAP revision.
More information can be found in the attachments below, which comprise:
- A report on the process and the initial outcomes of the three pilot country initiatives
- The full report on the global analysis of gender integration in NBSAPs
- A summary factsheet on the global analysis of gender integration in NBSAPs
- A summary factsheet on gender integration in the fifth National Reports to the CBD