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Type: Submissions
Year: 2019

This submission draws upon concrete, replicable examples and practical tools that have been used to incorporate gender in climate change adaptation actions, focusing on the joint BMU-funded initiative Integrating Agriculture in National Adaptation Plans Programme (NAP-Ag)

Type: Submissions
Year: 2019

FAO reaffirms its commitment to its Policy on Gender Equality, which mandates the mainstreaming of gender into all areas of its work. FAO has been supporting the implementation of the activities of the Lima Work Programme on Gender (LWPG) and its Gender Action Plan (GAP). This submission builds on previous FAO submissions and provides information, specifically on areas of progress, proposed improvements to the priority areas of the GAPs and areas for further work to be considered in future GAPs.

Type: Submissions
Year: 2019

FAO is taking a lead role in advocating for food security and sustainable agriculture in the face of climate change and it offers support to countries seeking to undertake climate action in sustainable soil and water management, assessment of adaptation, adaptation co benefits and resilience, as well as the other thematic areas of the KJWA.  

FAO will continue to support countries and promote the development of a coherent set of approaches for assessing, tracking and measuring indicators, and addressing synergies of agriculture adaptation, adaptation co-benefits and resilience altogether. Furthermore, through the Global Soil Partnership, FAO will raise awareness, generate knowledge and strengthen capacities of countries in relation to the SOC potentials for addressing climate change and food security, including the establishment and implementation of RECSOIL. 

Type: Submissions
Year: 2019

In this submission FAO gives its views on the agenda for the 7th in-session Action for Climate Empowerment (ACE) dialogue, mandated by the decision SBI 48 – FCCC/SBI/2018/L.34, which will focus on the final review of the Doha Work Programme and ways of enhancing the implementation of education, training, public awareness, public participation, public access to information, and international and regional cooperation. 

Type: Submissions
Year: 2019

This submission builds on previous ones made recently by FAO including on issues related to the Gender Action Plan and the Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture. Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples have devised ingenious ways of managing their territories without depleting the natural resource base. As guardians of biodiversity, indigenous peoples hold vast traditional knowledge and play pivotal role in contributing to climate actions. As mandated by Decision 2/CP.24, paragraph 23, in this submission, FAO proposes the following activities to support the implementation of the three functions of the LCIPP, namely: knowledge; capacity for engagement; and climate change policy and actions.  

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