Introducing Gender Equity Through Beekeeping

WA-BiCC’s gender and social inclusion (GESI) strategy aims to guard against the perpetuation or exacerbation of disparities related to gender and other social factors. It also promotes equity in benefit sharing, ensuring that women, youth, and other groups enjoy the proceeds associated with protecting forests. This case study documents how beekeeping activities can serve as a mechanism to break down gender stereotypes and begin the dialogue around gender roles with forest communities.

Introducing Gender Equity Through Beekeeping
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WA-BiCC’s gender and social inclusion (GESI) strategy aims to guard against the perpetuation or exacerbation of disparities related to gender and other social factors. It also promotes equity in benefit sharing, ensuring that women, youth, and other groups enjoy the proceeds associated with protecting forests. This case study documents how beekeeping activities can serve as a mechanism to break down gender stereotypes and begin the dialogue around gender roles with forest communities.