Gender responsiveness refers to outcomes that reflect an understanding of gender roles and inequalities and encourage equal participation, including equal and fair distribution of benefits. Gender responsiveness is accomplished through gender analysis, that informs inclusiveness. Often, we must try to support efforts that transform unequal gender relations to promote shared power, control of resources, decision-making, and support for women’s empowerment.  

This reports details how to design these activities for sectoral actions in climate initiatives, which then encourages equal participation, and fair distribution of benefits.