Experience from preparing gender responsive TNAs

This briefing note presents and discusses key trends and insights regarding efforts to mainstream gender in the Technology Needs Assessment (TNA) process and the role that climate technologies can play in ensuring gender-responsive climate action.

Reflecting on the gender considerations included in reports from the first countries conducting TNAs since the publication of the Guidance for a gender-responsive Technology Needs Assessment in 2018, we conclude this brief with some lessons learnt from TNAs, so that climate technology planning and actions are strengthened and gender-responsive.

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Authors: Léa Jehl Le Manceau, Lucy Ellen Gregersen
Status: Published
Published year: 2022
Content type: Report
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Publisher: UNEP Copenhagen Climate Centre
No. of pages: 16