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IN FOCUS

AGREE Project

ASEAN Green Recovery through Equity and Empowerment (AGREE) is an initiative supported by the Canadian government (IDRC) in Cambodia, the Philippines, and Viet Nam. The project demonstrates how COVID-19 recovery can be both gender- and climate-responsive. It tests pilot interventions with corporate partners and informs policy-making to champion women as agents for climate action.

Women as Champions of Climate Action in Southeast Asia

GENDER & CLIMATE ANALYSIS REPORT

Read our gender & climate analysis report below to understand perspectives from farmers in Cambodia, the Philippines, and Viet Nam through the ASEAN Green Recovery through Equity and Empowerment (AGREE) Project

GENDER & CLIMATE ANALYSIS
BY COUNTRY

EXPLORE CASE STUDIES

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Check out our Repository of Knowledge, a curation of tools and resources to drive more gender-inclusive, climate-smart practices in agricultural value chains with a focus on Southeast Asia.

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Partners

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Want to get involved?

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Chrissa Marey Borja

Head, Programs

Email: chrissa@growasia.org

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Cherry Tadeo-Cunanan

Regional Manager, Women's Economic Empowerment

Email: cherry@growasia.org

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Ranthi Whesi Umbarani

Project Associate, Women's Economic Empowerment

Email: ranthi@growasia.org

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