Gender and Environmental Policies and Guidelines
STEM competitions and contests can be a great way to have girls test their skills and learn new ones. They can work collaboratively in groups, with a mentor or through an individual project. They can gain access to new resources and opportunities.
Learn more about our STEM Competitions and online resources for girls.
Gender & Innovation Approach
Our policy covers creatively solving problems, questioning and exploring, collaborating with others, engaging in inquiry and analysis and other innovative actions. We agree with the approach of UNESCO on gender and innovation.
Framework for Women Fisheries
The Environmental & Social Accountability Risk Framework was developed in consultation with women fishers within the Great Lakes of Africa. It is an on-going project.
Our guidelines for working within the forestry sector includes organisations that generate revenues from forest products and services, such as wood and wood products, water, food, fodder, medicine, fuel, shelter, employment, recreation, habitats for wildlife, landscape diversity, carbon sinks and reservoirs, and for other forest products. We aim to provide our services to organisations that meet the social, economic, ecological, cultural and spiritual needs of present and future generations.