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outcome ETH_D_1.4XM-DAC-41146-ETH_D_1.4

All people in Ethiopia live in a society resilient to environmental risks and adapted to climate change.

Outcome details
SDG slignment
SDG Goal
SDG Goal
SDG Goal
Impact areas
Impact areas
Women, peace and security, humanitarian action and disaster risk reduction
Organizational outputs
Organizational outputs
Financing for gender equality
Organizational outputs
Access to services, goods and resources
Organizational outputs
Women’s voice, leadership and agency
Policy marker GENDER EQUALITY
Humanitarian scope No
UN system function Advocacy, communications and social mobilization Capacity development and technical assistance Comprehensive and disaggregated data (discontinued) Direct support and service delivery Intergovernmental Normative Support Support functions
Outcome Description

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UN Partners
UN Partner
UNICEF
Resources
$1.18 M Planned Budget
$194.36 K Actual Budget
$1.18 M Planned Budget
$194.36 K Actual Budget and Shortfall
$188.15 K Expenses
Funding Partners Other Resources (Non-Core)/ Funding Partners: Total Other Resources (Non-Core) $194,357
Outcome Indicator and Results Plan Period : 2022-2025
OUTCOME ETH_D_1.4

All people in Ethiopia live in a society resilient to environmental risks and adapted to climate change.

ETH_D_1.4A
(UNSDCF 4.2) Gender transformative approaches and practices have been promoted among actors working on climate action, agriculture ,agri-business and disaster risk management – Government, private sectors, academic and research institutions.
2022 Result True
2019
Baseline
No No
2022
Milestone
Yes Yes
Result
True True
2023
Milestone
Yes Yes
Result
- -
2024
Milestone
Yes Yes
Result
- -
2025
Target
Yes Yes
Result
- -
SP_D_0.4.3
Number of countries where multi-sectoral systems, strategies or programs are implemented to advance women’s equal access to and use of services, goods and/resources, including social protection (CO)

Complementary indicators are identified as those in the results framework that are not repeated verbatim in the results framework of another United Nations entity, but are related or provide different but complementary lenses or insights into the same issue, high-level result and/or area of complementary work, such as a Sustainable Development Goal target.

Complementary
sdg
UNICEF
2022 Result False
2020
Baseline
No No
2022
Milestone
Yes Yes
Result
False False
2023
Milestone
Yes Yes
Result
- -
2024
Milestone
Yes Yes
Result
- -
2025
Target
Yes Yes
Result
- -
SP_D_4.3
Percentage of women and girls as direct beneficiaries in coordinated humanitarian responses (Not for unit reporting)
2022 Result 2597000
Baseline
- -
2022
Milestone
- -
Result
2597000 2597000
2023
Milestone
- -
Result
- -
2024
Milestone
- -
Result
2597000 2597000
2025
Target
- -
Result
- -
Strategic Note Outcome Progress Note Showing data of : 2022

All people in Ethiopia live in a society resilient to environmental risks and adapted to climate change.

The fourth outcome the Strategic Note 2021-2025, which is fully aligned to the United Nations Sustainable Cooperation Framework 2020-2025, responds to the risks and threats that are posed by environmental degradation and climate change which exacerbate humanitarian crisis. In 2022, a total of 5,563 conflict-affected women accessed essential services, goods, and resources and became more resilient to humanitarian shocks, including violence against women and girls (VAWG) in disaster settings. Through the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) global grant which is based on UN Women’s signature Leadership, Empowerment, Access and Protection (LEAP) framework, UN Women championed women’s active participation and leadership in humanitarian action, through support to networks and civil society organizations. UN Women provided technical, financial, and coordination support to six partners including Norwegian Church Aid (NCA), the Association for Women’s Sanctuary and Development (AWSAD), the Ethiopian Women Lawyers Association (EWLA), and the Network for Ethiopian Women’s Association (NEWA), CARE Ethiopia and Marie Stopes International Ethiopia (MSIE), enabling them to support 5,563 conflict-affected women and girls, including survivors of gender-based violence (GBV) and conflict-related sexual violence (CRSV) in the Northern Ethiopia conflict, with comprehensive rehabilitation and reintegration services, including livelihood support to rebuild destroyed business and free legal aid. UN Women made progress towards promoting gender transformative approaches and practices among actors working on climate action, agriculture, agri-business and disaster risk management –government, private sectors, academic and research institutions. With enhanced capacity, access to tools, such as agriculture training manuals and audio visual training material and evidence generation, key stakeholders from the agricultural sector are now empowered and equipped with capacities to spearhead gender transformative approaches including developing gender responsive policies, legal frameworks, manuals/guidelines, and tools as well as supporting rural women's access to services and resources. The gender transformative approaches implemented by Climate Smart Agriculture and Agribusiness (CSAAB) project, are contributing to the improved attitudes against discriminatory practices against women to enhance their equal participation in income generated opportunities and decision makings as well as benefits from natural resources. Partnering with SOS Sahel Ethiopia and local formal and informal institutions, the Social Analysis and Action (SAA), Para legal groups and the gender model family impacted to transform community attitudes and discriminatory practices against women and girls. Such gender transformative approaches are addressing gender inequality and social issues including decision making and division of labour at household level, household asset management, female genital mutilation and other matters that are undermining gender equality and women's empowerment in their localities. Free legal aid mechanisms now link and support 56 women and women’s organizations with the formal legal institutions on land rights and related issues, as a result of UN Women support. UN Women recognizes the importance of ensuring the gender responsiveness of measures, including policies, regulatory and programmatic ones, targeting environmental degradation and climate change and land right issues in relation to gender equality and women empowerment. In relation to this, the Rural Land Administration and Use Proclamation and the Community Watershed Management and Use Regulation drafted by the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) have incorporated key provisions that protect the rights of women to access and benefit from land resources and ensure their representation in community decision making process, as a result of UN Women’s technical and financial support facilitated in collaboration with the Women Affairs and Land administration and Use Directorates of the MoA as well the Women Land Right Taskforce. The drafts documents will be presented to the council of ministers for endorsement in 2023. Furthermore, the Rural Land Administration and Use Directorate (RLAUD) of the Ministry of Agriculture make conscious deliberation on gender issues in land related tasks. Women’s land right issues are being used to promote evidence-based dialogues and policy and program formulation by government and the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) in particular. The key role that UN Women played with the RLAUD directorate enabled the team to give more attention to women’s land rights issues and contribute to women's rights protection in land registration, certification, transaction, and rural land legal frameworks. In 2022, UN Women continued to adhere to the theory of change for this outcome ensuring the gender responsiveness of measures, including policy, regulatory and programmatic ones are in place targeting environmental degradation and climate change, exacerbated, and worsened by protracted humanitarian shocks.
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