Being an equal opportunity organization and aglobal alliance to the UN organs like ECOSOC and UN Women, SAFE envisages equity and reciprocity in gender perception. In regard to this every implementation process creates opportunities for gender equity in decision making system, governance, and beneficiary, to create and unbiased gender balance especially in the rural scenario, SAFE has undertaken numerous initiatives for women leadership, capacity building and inclusive growth. The most strong initiatives for mainstreaming women waste workers as climate entrepreneurs has been the project Resolve Trash2Cash, which won the UNFCCC Lighthouse Activity Award in the category of Urban poor in year 2014, December at Lima, Peru
Further, to bring in community resilience in climate vulnerable areas SAFE has emphasized on gender mainstreaming by encouraging women farmers through local institutions, capacity building and exposure visit for drudgery reduction of women workers and installation of women friendly tool banks for work safety of the women.
SAFE also relates the gender issue in policy-implication levels through established participation and partnership of women achievers, trainers, and entrepreneurs at community interface. SAFE has been an active networking organization to collaborate with other international women forums like Match International Women Fund, MIWF, South Asia Women Fund, SAWF UN Women, International Association of Feminist Economics, IAFFE, and International Association for Studies on Common properties, IASCP.
On most recent studies SAFE outlook on gender and climate change has been the impact of climate on gender vulnerability, women livelihood, migration and gender equitable emergency response systems for disaster preparedness