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This study aims to build knowledge on how to contribute to gender transformation by achieving systemic changes and addressing the root causes of gender inequality in resilience and climate programming. This research took a feminist and participatory research approach, and the report outlines the outcomes of learning journeys carried out in in Bangladesh and Myanmar. It looks specifically at progress made and challenges in relation to gender transformation, and shares the learning and recommendations that arose.

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10.21201/2021.7635

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978-1-78748-763-5 i

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