Together the cases cover the regions in which SSNC and their partner organisations are active with the exceptions of Eastern Europe (Ukraine) and Latin America (Brazil). The aim is to increase the awareness of gender-differentiated linkages, but also of the causal structures and processes in order to enable a deconstruction of linkages in future programme planning and policy development by SSNC and their partner organisations.

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Figure 1. The analytical gender framework (click to expand)Inequality in rights, power, and resources has led to a pattern of ‘winners’ and ‘losers’ associated with ecosystems, natural resources, and changes in climate. Hence, there is a clear link between a healthier environment, poverty, and gender.

The aim is to increase the awareness of gender-differentiated linkages and the causal structures and processes in order to enable a deconstruction of linkages in future programme planning and policy development by SSNC and their partner organisations.

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