Press Invitation Gender Workshop Bonn Climate Change Conference
Wednesday May 18 WECF will present the first ever gender-sensitive NAMA for the energy sector developed in Georgia, during a UNFCCC workshop on gender-responsive climate policy.
Wednesday May 18 WECF, member of the Women and Gender Constituency, will present the first ever gender-sensitive NAMA for the energy sector developed in Georgia, during a UNFCCC workshop on gender-responsive climate policy.
Press Release (PDF)
Come and meet Anna Samwel, Director of WECF Georgia and main project coordinator at the:
Workshop on gender-responsive climate policy
World Conference Centre, room 13,
Time: 10:00 -13:00
The gender-sensitive NAMA (Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action) in Georgia consists of the implementation of 11.500 energy efficiency stoves, house insulations and solar water heaters. To develop the NAMA, WECF collaborates with sustainable energy cooperatives in 5 Georgian regions with the aim to fight climate change and ensure environmental sustainability while promoting renewable energies and gender equality.
The main outcomes of the NAMA are:
- Substantial energy savings for households (more than 30%)
- Over 36 000 t CO2 emission reductions
- Gender-equal technical trainings for solar energy and energy efficiency
- 23 certified women solar energy specialists
- Reduced unpaid domestic work burden for women
Recommendations, best practices and lessons learned from developing the first „Gender Sensitive“ NAMA - National Appropriate Mitigation Action, in Georgia, can be found here.
The program and link for the live stream can be found on the UNFCCC website
For an interview with Anna Samwel, please contact:
Chantal van den Bossche, Coordinator Public Relations & Press WECF International: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 0031 6 28129992
WECF International is an international network of over 150 women’s and environmental organisations implementing projects in over 50 countries and advocating globally to shape a just and sustainable world.
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