APWLD works with grassroots women’s organisations and their communities and mobilise cross-movements collaboration to co-create a Feminist Fossil Fuel Free Future. Our FPAR partners from Cambodia, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Nepal, Myanmar and India have been working on various climate-related issues ranging from the impact of erratic weather patterns on women farmers to the limited access to clean water that impedes sanitation. Women bear the brunt of climate change impacts, are more likely to become casualties of extreme climate events, and their lives are more affected by drought, floods, crop loss and access to water. We have been gathering data of these impacts and adaptation strategies through our FPAR Programme, amplifying the voices of women in communities so that their insights and experience informs policy at all levels.

Participants of Climate Justice FPAR Regional 3rd Training in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Photo: APWLD

To find out more about our FPAR partners research, download and read their reports below:

  1. Highlanders Association, Cambodia
  2. North East Affected Area Development Society (NEADS), India
  3. We Women Lanka, Sri Lanka
  4. Chetana Mahila Samuha, Nepal
  5. Community Care for Emergency Response and Rehabilitation, Myanmar
  6. Agriculture and Forestry Research & Development Center for Mountainous Region, Vietnam
  7. Roshni Tariqiyati Tanzeem, Pakistan