Gender focused Action Research: Empowering Women through Social Entrepreneurship

In collaboration with the SEPLAA Foundation in Pakistan, an action-based research project will identify the social entrepreneurship model approach that contributes towards gendered solutions to address the adverse impacts of climate change on the water-food-energy nexus. This model will either provide a solution to a particular problem or contribute to solutions to the problem and improve women’s decision-making roles at the household and community levels, leading towards gender equitable community resilience. The research explore the effectiveness of these models of social entrepreneurship in creating sustainable green solutions and addressing gender inequalities.