Hi everyone!! I´m currently working on the development of a green recovery project proposal. Our strategy will be to support indigenous people in the establishment of agroforestry systems to improve their livelihoods and strengthen their leadership capacity. One of our aims is to increase the participation of women in their decision-making processes. To achieve this, we are planning a series of training workshops and meetings for women. The culture of this indigenous group normally gives men the decision-making authority. So increasing the participation of women is complex given the cultural context and I feel like the activities that we are planning would fall short and would only contribute very little towards our objective. Could anyone share some advise or lessons learnt on the topic? Thank you in advance!!

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