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No Place To Go

This policy brief summarises the impact of the ASEAN's economic model on gender inequality, land rights, and the environment, and offers recommendations for ASEAN to eradicate poverty and inequality

Gender Sensitive Access to Markets

Women continue to face multiple barriers to market access, which are often seen as the domain of men: this can make it challenging for women to make a sustainable living.

Surviving climate change – Hilda’s story

This is the story of Hilda. Hilda lives in rural Zimbabwe and her community was devastated by Cyclone Idai. Read about how Hilda worked to rebuild her community and watch her short video.

Surviving climate change – Elizabeth Dakurah’s story

Elizabeth Dakurah is a climate change survivor. Read the story of how her farm in Ghana is adapting to a changing climate with support from ActionAid.

Surviving climate change - Elizabeth's story

Elizabeth Ebei is a climate change survivor. Climate change in the rural region of Isiolo in central Kenya, is making farming unbearable. 
The rains have become erratic. Strong winds are constantly

Surviving climate change – Goodness’ story

Goodness Johnny is a climate change survivor. This is the story of how climate change has impacted her community and how they are trying to adapt.

Public policies that advance or hinder rural women’s and young people’s livelihoods and climate justice for all

ActionAid seeks a major paradigm shift to tackle the global climate emergency and gender equality crisis. The discussion paper highlights the key policies that hinder and enable rural women and young

World Bank and IMF mark 75th anniversary amid rising global hunger, the climate crisis and corporate human rights abuses

 ActionAid's international director of programmes and global engagement reflects on 75 years of the IMF and World Bank, ahead of their annual meetings, which coincide with the Committee on World Food

Protecting the grass under elephants

To mark International Day of Rural Women, Fletcher Simwaka, communications officer at ActionAid Malawi, makes the case for a strong, gender-just binding UN treaty to ensure transnational companies

We mean business: protecting women’s rights in global supply chains

This free to download report examines the position of women in global supply chains, particularly in agriculture, and outlines ways in which they must be protected.