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Accelerating Women-Led Climate Resilience in Bangladesh

 

We try to do our best. However, delivering services during a disaster is a huge challenge.”
– Family Planning Inspector (community health worker) from Gaibandha District, Bangladesh

There is significant overlap between populations who have an increased vulnerability to climate change and those who face barriers to the realization of their sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). Women and girls living in Bangladesh—which ranks seventh in the world among countries suffering most from extreme weather events—feel these connections acutely.

To address worsening threats and inequity—and to support the government of Bangladesh’s work to accelerate progress toward achieving Universal Health Coverage and its Sustainable Development Goal targets by 2030—Pathfinder has generated new evidence and developed innovative approaches to advance women-led climate resilience.

See new study findings, recommendations, and program highlights from Bangladesh.

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