Education, Communication & Gender Development
Advancing gender equality, including through women’s empowerment and valuing the unique knowledge, roles and capacities of all people, is key to effective, efficient, equitable and sustainable environmental solutions. CA champions a gender-responsive approach across its programme portfolio, identifying and overcoming gender gaps across sectors and at all levels, to enable better natural resource governance and conservation outcomes.
CA also advocates for the creation of sustainable solutions through leading communication, learning and knowledge management and the wider conservation community.
– Girls for Environment
Girls for Environment “G4E”, is a new project under CA’s Environmental Education for Children program/ initiative, that will strategically focus on the initiation of a new proactive young people’s movement, who are responsive to the environment and ready to take up the task of stewardship at home and the society at large.
– Little Green Hand
Little Green Hands, an annual environmental program designed to provide the platform for children to learn about the environmental issues that persistently confront the country. This year, the program sought to present school children the opportunity to understand the underlying causes of the sanitation challenges facing the country and its possible remedies. Waste management was a major focus for this year.