Women are disproportionately affected by the multifaceted impacts of climate change. Building women’s capacity to prepare for, cope with, and adapt to climate shocks is imperative. Economic inclusion programs offer a viable solution for governments to address this challenge. These programs can foster women’s economic empowerment while promoting the adoption of climate-smart techniques and enhancing their financial resilience in the face of adverse climate events, especially in the agriculture and natural resource management sectors. This Open House by the World Bank Partnership for Economic Inclusion (PEI) dove into how government and NGO-led economic inclusion programs are incorporating innovations such as green technologies, climate-smart farming techniques, and clean energy to improve women’s climate and livelihoods resilience. Featuring our very own Chief Program Officer, Anna Mecagni, join us for a overview of our climate resilience-focused Green REAP product and how we can empower women for a brighter, greener, future.