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Men and women face different effects based on their level of vulnerability, preparation, and resilience to climate hazards.

The COVID-19 pandemic brought significant challenges to the Caribbean twin-island state of Antigua and Barbuda.

Women farmers often bear much of the brunt of climate change impacts, because they are mostly at the frontline, striving to feed their families.
The Government of Zambia has joined a UN coalition led by UNDP, FAO and WFP to help women turn goat rearing into livelihoods.
In order to tell world leaders what type of change people want, we must first reach out and listen. That’s how Peoples' Climate Vote was born.
64% of people believe climate change is a global emergency, despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new survey by UNDP.
Somalia, one of the world's most fragile states, is working for a more resilient, low-carbon future.
Home to more than 4 billion people, see how UNDP’s climate adaptation work supports sustainable development across Asia and the Pacific.
Despite facing conflict and political instability, Somalia shows strong climate action leadership through multi-sectoral, cohesive approach.
Through our experience working with countries, here are 7 key lessons on adaptation, and how we are applying them as part of our Climate Promise.
UNDP is helping Eswatini run an inclusive process for setting climate targets.
For the first time ever, Teung's community has reliable access to electricity. See how solar power is changing lives in Lao PDR's remote villages.