The United Nations found Bangladesh to be amongst the five most hazard-prone countries in Asia and the Pacific, according to its 2021 Regional Focus Model (RFM) on disaster vulnerability. It is crucial to identify and establish the linkage between climate change and SRHR in the context of Bangladesh, given the urgent need to understand and establish how gender and SRHR-related information and message could provide a positive impact to the huge number of women and young girls living at the risk of climate vulnerability. Particularly, policymakers, experts and donors who work in the area of climate change, often do not see this linkage. The objective of this CoP is to address this knowledge and information gap and translate the existing evidence, knowledge and research contributions to the policymakers.
Intersectionality of Climate Change and SRHR A Desk Review from Bangladesh Evidence
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The CoP was launched in March 2022
For more information about the CoP, please contact Jannatul Munia, Share-Net Bangladesh Country Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org