NANUM MUJERES
CONECTADAS

Nanum Mujeres Conectadas promotes the role of rural women as agents of change in their communities. By facilitating access to and adoption of disruptive solutions through rural connectivity and innovation, the project seeks to improve women’s capacities for adaptation and resilience to climate change, as well as strengthen their businesses and organizations.  

CONNECTIVITY TO REDUCE ISOLATION AND VULNERABILITY TO CLIMATE CHANGETE AL CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO 

We propose innovative solutions, reducing isolation, strengthening the capacities of women and their organizations, improving their income, increasing disruptive investments for adaptation and resilience to climate change by 20% over the baseline, and increasing the level of productive income by the same order of magnitude through connectivity, organizational strengthening, and innovation.

CONNECTIVITY TO REDUCE ISOLATION AND VULNERABILITY TO CLIMATE CHANGETE AL CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO 

We propose innovative solutions, reducing isolation, strengthening the capacities of women and their organizations, improving their income, increasing disruptive investments for adaptation and resilience to climate change by 20% over the baseline, and increasing the level of productive income by the same order of magnitude through connectivity, organizational strengthening, and innovation.

HISTORY

This alliance arose from meetings between the Gran Chaco Nanum Village initiative for connectivity and digital literacy and the Gran Chaco Proadapt initiative, which seeks to strengthen the adaptive capacity and resilience of communities in the region.

IMPLEMENTING ORGANIZATIONS

The NANUM Project is a tri-national project (Argentina, Bolivia, and Paraguay) financed by the IDB Group’s Innovation Laboratory  (IDB Lab), and implemented by Fundación Avina in coordination with Fundación Gran Chaco in Argentina; Fundación Nativa in Bolivia; and Grupo Sunú and Sombra de Árbol in Paraguay, with the support of Redes Chaco.

PARTNERSHIPS