Turkey and Syria earthquake: evidence-based innovations and guidance for acute crisis response.
We identified a knowledge gap in good practices and innovation for how people with disabilities and older people are included Gender-Based Violence (GBV) interventions in humanitarian contexts.
To support a new area of focus under our Humanitarian Innovation Fund (the HIF) on Disability and Older Age Inclusion (DOAI), we commissioned an independent rapid review to review the inclusion of people with disabilities and older people in humanitarian GBV interventions.
In addition to the main report, please also see a summary for Field Practitioners in PDF and accessible EPUB format, and accompanying case studies from Uganda (in PDF and EPUB) and Lebanon (in PDF and EPUB).
Photo Credit: Focus group discussion on Helambu-Sindhupalchowk. Photo credit: Bipana Dhimal / Oxfam
To support a new area of focus on Disability and Older Age Inclusion, we commissioned an independent rapid review to review the inclusion of people with disabilities and older people in humanitarian WASH interventions.
This Challenge is focused on understanding the barriers faced by older people and people with disabilities when it comes to accessing and meaningfully participating in Gender-Based Violence (GBV) humanitarian programming.
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