Climate change is a major risk and increases the damage of flooding, but it is forecasted to turn more severe. The urban flooding is considered one of the serious disasters in Can Tho City (Vietnam) and Metro Cebu (Philippines) annually. It caused not only physical damage but also the human loss, creating the burden for women in that affected societies. In turn, the most vulnerable people, women are left behind in urban flooding governance and political policies to flooding mitigation. The study aims to explore women’s roles in urban flooding risk adaptation, identify the possible impacts of flooding and raise women’s concern to urban flooding governance and resiliency. The study proposes to conduct a mixed method to obtain such objectives. Particularly, Stakeholder Consultant Workshop in both cities is demanded to engage stakeholders’ involvement. The quantitative and qualitative methods will be used to gain multi-level perspectives (provincial, district and commune levels) through semi-structured interviews, household surveys and focus group discussions. PRA tools are applied to identify scenarios of both selected research sites in terms of urban flooding impacts on women. The project achievement is to raise more women’s voice in political concern relating to urban flooding adaptation and governance. It narrows the gap of who and how men and women engage in the decision-making processes regarding water governance and resilience.