CRIDF’s gender journey

CRIDF’s gender journey

CRIDF works with a range of water infrastructure stakeholders to incorporate climate resilience into their decision making. Part of our mandate is to include rural women, who are among the poorest and most vulnerable groups in Southern Africa, in our programme work. This ensures that their voices are heard regarding the water infrastructure in their communities.

Best practices, lessons learned and recommendations

Take a look at our literature to understand more about what we have learned from our gender related work.

Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) Toolkit

Our Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) Toolkit contains key tools and information to enable fieldworkers to conduct a gender analysis leading up to, during and after field work is complete. Watch our introductory animation to find out more, then use the toolkit and checklist below to support your own analysis.

Toolkit and Checklist