Our Teams are now out on the field for both Upolu and Savaii.
The Samoa Bureau of Statistics in collaboration with UNWomen under the Building Back Better (BBB) project.
– The lives of women and men are intrinsically related to the environment. However, women and men may experience these connections differently. Understanding the multi-dimensional nature of the gender-environment nexus requires individual level analysis of women’s and men’s experiences managing natural resources, dealing with hazards, coping with the consequences of climate change and promoting environmental conservation, among many other areas.