Scovia Nambeiza and Rose Namuddu are among the many women farmers in Uganda who have to achieve a daily balance of household work, crop and livestock farming, and feeding their families. Because of their exhaustive roles, women are particularly vulnerable to climate impacts on food security and often limited in their access to tools and resources. Gender mainstreaming is important to engage both men and women in community climate solutions to account for inequities in social dynamics. Photo credit: Mary Robinson Foundation – Climate Justice