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|Title:||Gender equality, social inclusion and resilience in Malawi|
|Abstract:||This paper presents a synthesis of existing evidence on gender equality, social inclusion and resilience in Malawi, including persisting issues, trends and changes; knowledge and evidence gaps; and policy implementation and capacity gaps. It aims to identify key themes and lessons, as well as potential areas for further research, policy and programming, recognising the need to build intersectional approaches to build resilience to a range of shocks and stresses. The paper aims to inform a wide audience of policy-makers, development practitioners, civil society organisations, think tanks and researchers. The paper has been developed as part of the Building Resilience and Adapting to Climate Change (BRACC) Programme, for which gender equality, social inclusion and intersectionality are core themes. Within the BRACC Programme, the Promoting Sustainable Partnerships for Empowered Resilience (PROSPER) consortium have developed a gender equality and social inclusion analysis report1 and strategy, which this paper aims to complement.|
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