Gender needs analysis and training takes place in DRC

5 October 2017
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Gender is central to the CV4C project approach for more effective forest monitoring.

As such, CSOs active in forest monitoring in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), as well as members of the FLEGT and REDD + platforms were contacted in April 2017 and met in July 2017 to carry out a gender needs analysis in independent monitoring.

At the end of this consultation and gender analysis, a total of thirty non-state actors (NSAs), including 19 women and 13 men received training on the basic concepts underlying gender, tools and indicators in forest governance.

For more information on the subject, please contact us at ogfrdc@gmail.com.

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