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Asciuga poi le mani e la palma con cura spalmando una crema idratante naturale massaggiando delicatamente il palmo e le dita (ai signori uomini: avete mai notato quanto tempo le donne stanno a massaggiarsi le mani dopo che si sono date la crema. Ecco come fare la manicure completa: metti due cucchiai (circa 50 grammi) di bicarbonato in un litro di patente a online tiepida e mescola fino a che si scioglie, non solo assorbe gli odori ma anche l'umidit rinfrescando le estremit e le calzature.

Il rimedio pi semplice quello di cospargere con polvere di bicarbonato calze e scarpe e lasciare agire per tutta la notte rimuovendo poi al mattino patente a online la polvere. Quando i piedi sono particolarmente affaticati e gonfi il pediluvio ancora pi efficace se nell'acqua calda si scioglie oltre al bicarbonato (due cucchiai per ogni litro di acqua) anche del sale marino ( un cucchiaio ogni litro).

Si rende particolarmente utile d'estate oppure per chi pratica attivit sportiva (il bicarbonato pi adatto per le scarpe in materiale sintetico o in tela). Il rimedio pi patente a online quello di cospargere con patente a online di bicarbonato calze e scarpe e lasciare agire per tutta la patente a online rimuovendo poi al mattino tutta la polvere. Quando i piedi sono particolarmente affaticati e gonfi il pediluvio ancora pi efficace se nell'acqua calda si scioglie oltre al bicarbonato (due cucchiai per ogni litro di acqua) anche del sale marino ( un cucchiaio ogni litro).

Un bagno con bicarbonato molto efficace per la cura delle mani e delle unghie. Parti massaggiando dalle estremit e risali verso il polpaccio mentre il massaggio sulla pianta del piede utile per stimolare la circolazione. Si rende particolarmente utile d'estate oppure per chi pratica attivit sportiva (il bicarbonato pi adatto per le scarpe in materiale sintetico o in tela).

Lili Ilieva is a researcher in climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction at Practical Action Consulting Latin America and member of the technical team in the CDKN-supported research project ‘Gender Equality and Climate Compatible Development: Drivers and Challenges to people’s empowerment’.

One of the most important outcomes of the COP20 in Peru last year was the development of the Lima Work Program on Gender and Climate Change which establishes a plan of activities to promote gender sensitivity in climate change policy and practice. Inspired by diverse discussions around gender at the 2014 COP, the Government of Peru took the ambitious decision to develop a National Plan of Action on Gender and Climate Change (PAGCC); a unique effort among South American countries.

Over recent years, Peru has laid some solid legal foundations that should facilitate the integration of gender dimensions into the country’s development initiatives. These include passing the National Law for Equal Opportunities between Men and Women in 2007 (Ley de Igualdad de Oportunidades Entre Mujeres y Hombres). and the development of the National Plan for Gender Equality 2012-2017 (Plan Nacional de Igualdad deGénero – PLANIG) and the 2014 National Climate Change Strategy (Estrategía Nacional ante el Cambio Climático ), among others.

It is acknowledged that in the development of public policies, strategies and national plans in Peru and beyond, gender equality is often overlooked and the objectives rarely respond to the specific needs of women, men, children and elderly people. [1] It is therefore a key objective of the PAGCC to mainstream gender across national policies and initiatives related to climate change mitigation and adaptation in Peru. Specifically, the plan focuses on the following eights areas:

  1. Forests
  2. Water Resources
  3. Energy
  4. Food Safety
  5. Solid Waste
  6. Health
  7. Education
  8. Disaster Risk Management.

The development of the PAGCC began in December 2014 and involves numerous government agencies and civil society groups from across the country, led by the Department of Climate Change, Desertification and Water Resources in the Ministry of Environment and the Ministry of Women and Vulnerable Populations. Representatives from several of these agencies and groups were invited by Practical Action Consulting to a workshop to kick-off the CDKN-funded research project ‘Gender Equality and Climate Compatible Development: Drivers and challenges to people’s empowerment’ in April 2015.

Peru is one of the three countries, along with Kenya and India, which has been selected for the research project coordinated by Practical Action Consulting with the support of the Institute of Development Studies (IDS). This research seeks to establish a deeper understanding of how and to what extent gender approaches can contribute to climate compatible development (CCD) with a special focus on urban contexts. It is hoped that the lessons and recommendations from the research will contribute to the design and implementation of CCD actions and policies on in the countries studied and beyond.

The case study in Peru provides an opportunity to explore the role of the gender approach in disaster risk reduction by examining the experiences of two Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Networks (Redes de Gestión de Riesgos, Desastres y Cambio Climático, known as GRIDES ) in the Andean cities of Cajamarca and Ancash. The GRIDES provide a space where civil society representatives can engage and influence decision-makers to incorporate the issues of risk management and climate change into regional development plans

Throughout this year PAC has been invited to contribute to the development of the National Plan on several occasions, in particular by helping to strengthen understanding around the benefits of gender approaches to disaster risk reduction. As a result, the draft PAGCC cites the work of the GRIDES as an example of how gender approaches can be integrated into DRR efforts.

On 13 th October 2015, the Ministry of Environment organised an expert workshop in Lima designed to collect expert contributions for the final draft text of the PAGCC. Among 30 participants, with the majority representing government agencies, Lili Illeva was one of only five representatives from civil society invited to attend the workshop.

Her contributions centred on gender and DRR and a key priority was to share some of the initial lessons coming out of the CDKN research. These included:

  • Women living in urban and rural areas of Peru experience different socio-economic impacts as a result of climate change, especially in terms of food security. For example, women in Cajamarca told us that in rural areas they have the opportunity to grow their own food, however when they migrate to cities, if they do not find a way of generating income for just one day (which often happens as a result of disaster events), they are quickly exposed to food insecurity.
  • Urban women demonstrate different strategies for adaptation and disaster response compared to urban men and rural women, especially women who have migrated to urban areas. Often the traditional knowledge they have is not relevant for urban challenges and many capacity building initiatives fail to respond to their specific needs.
  • In the urban context, women are perceived to be more vulnerable than men to climate change, disasters and emergencies in particular because they are responsible for preparing food, providing water to their families and protecting children from increasing health risks.
  • At the same time, urban women could be perceived as more resilient than men to disasters. For example, urban women seek out new knowledge and take into account future risks, such as potential food and water scarcity or how to protect children from new diseases.
  • While recognising that in the urban context both men and women play an important role in DRR, women are particularly pro-active in the transmission of new knowledge (such as disaster evacuation plans) to family members.
  • Urban women also demonstrate high levels of participation in community DRR initiatives, such as disaster simulations and post-disaster recovery.
  • There is a need to develop understanding and awareness around the relationships between gender and climate compatible development (including DRR) in urban contexts, especially amongst urban populations, civil society and decision makers.

It is hoped that the outcomes of this research will continue to inform the design and implementation of the PAGCC, as well as strengthen the mainstreaming of gender in development initiatives in Peru and beyond.

The final results and recommendations from the research will be presented in a country report and policy brief to be published early 2016.

Lili Ilieva is a researcher in climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction at Practical Action Consulting Latin America and member of the technical team in the CDKN-supported research project ‘Gender Equality and Climate Compatible Development: Drivers and Challenges to people’s empowerment’.

[1] Ministry of Women and Vulnerable Populations, presentation at the 3 rd expert workshop for the preparation of PAGCC

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Le mani sono la parte del corpo pi esposta agli effetti degli agenti ambientali e alle conseguenze delle varie attivit lavorative come pressioni, liquidi, temperature, immergi quindi le mani nell'acqua e lasciale per dieci minuti, non solo assorbe gli odori ma anche l'umidit rinfrescando le estremit e le calzature, eccetera) e amalgama bene.

Si rende particolarmente utile d'estate oppure per chi pratica attivit sportiva (il bicarbonato pi adatto per le scarpe in materiale sintetico o in tela). Quando i piedi sono particolarmente affaticati e gonfi il pediluvio ancora pi efficace se nell'acqua calda si scioglie oltre al bicarbonato (due cucchiai per ogni litro di acqua) anche del sale marino ( un cucchiaio ogni litro).

Meglio non usare il bicarbonato nelle scarpe di cuoio perch assorbendo l'umidit rischia di farle seccare e indurire in alternativa si pu mettere il bicarbonato direttamente in una calza la sera annodandola e infilandola nella patente a online per poi lasciarvela tutta la notte?

Parti massaggiando dalle estremit e risali verso il polpaccio mentre il massaggio sulla pianta del piede utile per stimolare la circolazione? Quando i piedi sono particolarmente affaticati e gonfi il pediluvio ancora pi efficace se nell'acqua calda si scioglie oltre al bicarbonato (due cucchiai per ogni litro di acqua) anche del sale marino ( un cucchiaio ogni litro).

Asciuga poi le patente a online e patente a online palma con cura spalmando una crema idratante naturale massaggiando delicatamente il palmo e le dita (ai signori patente a online avete mai notato quanto tempo le donne stanno a massaggiarsi le mani dopo che si sono date la crema.

Meglio non usare il bicarbonato nelle scarpe di cuoio perch assorbendo l'umidit rischia di farle seccare e indurire in alternativa si pu mettere il bicarbonato direttamente in una calza la sera annodandola e infilandola nella scarpa per patente a online lasciarvela tutta la notte. Ecco come fare la manicure completa: metti due cucchiai (circa 50 grammi) di bicarbonato in un litro di acqua tiepida e mescola fino a che si scioglie, non solo assorbe gli patente a online ma anche l'umidit rinfrescando le estremit e le calzature.

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