as well as girls hit hardest by
In parts on the planet where grave gender inequality is already stark, Freak weather events mean
women and girls are often among the last to take delivery of help
Climate projections about rising sea levels and soaring conditions increasingly dominate global
headlines, But one climate story that rarely gets told is the tale of how females and girls are hit
hardest by extreme weather and shocks.
Yet there are myriad ways in which women
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last week at a debate held by the UK funded Building resilience and Adaptation to Climate Extremes
and Disasters program.
so why? In parts of the universe where grave gender inequality is already stark, Droughts, Floods
and other freak weather events mean women and girls are often among the last to help.
from Chad, Researchers Virginie Le Masson and Colette Benoudji have been faced with an unexpected
manifestation of that dynamic.
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conditions affect the ability of people to resist global warming, They found that female victims of
domestic abuse were particularly at risk of wild weather.
Victims of child marriage and female genital mutilation have less access to more information on
resources during times of climate crises: exercise, Information and land ownership and others.
"in conclusion: Domestic violence impedes resilience building because it prevents those who
survived violence to meet their basic needs and interests, identified Le Masson, A research
associate with the Overseas Development Institute think tank in London.
Benoudji, The founder of Lead Tchad, A nonprofit in Chad's capital N'Djamena, Said that effective
community and religious leaders to break the vicious circle was one promising avenue in the drive to
better prepare women and girls for extreme weather.
Christian leaders in the Central African country are beginning to speak out against child marriage,
carry on and, Others are unwilling to disrupt the status quo.
"It's not always in their interest, shown Benoudji.
A place away, In china, Sabita Parida, a completely independent research and evaluation consultant
working on food security, sex, And climate change, Said women had been feeling the strains of
climate extremes differently previous few.
Amid a wave of farmers' suicides as unseasonal rains and drought lead to crop failures the widows
left behind are the overlooked victims of global warming, to be able to Parida.
These women are generally left to repay the debts of their dead husbands, Which is a burden as their
lack of land titles cut them off from government programs or fee, She rumoured.
Indian communities also struggled to give women the chance to try discussions about adapting to
One initiative to open the dialogue involved organizing day care centers in drought prone areas of
India, With the goal of getting more women into work, And improving their autonomy.