Addressing issues of gender and social inclusion in sustainable ecosystem management in Guyana (Part 4.1)
Gender equality and women’s empowerment are matters of fundamental human rights and prerequisites to meeting sustainable development goals around the world. This four-part blog series outlines some of the benefits of (part 1)
, barriers to (part 2)
, and best practices and strategies to promote (part 3)
gender equality in sustainable ecosystem management. This final part highlights some of the efforts taken by WWF-Guianas that have helped local and national level stakeholders address issues of gender and social inclusion in sustainable ecosystem management.
Picture by A.E. Boyer