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Power pack : understanding power for social change
A resource for understanding power relations. Contains practical and conceptual materials. Useful for practitioners who need to introduce people to concepts and methods for understanding and engaging with power, do power analysis and develop strategies to achieve power shift.
The camp management toolkit
Resource to support practitioners to handle refugee and IDP situations resulting from either conflict or natural disasters. It includes practical tips and examples on essential issues of protection and service provision in camps and camp-like settings.
Accessibility for all in an emergency context
A guideline to ensure accessibility for temporary infrastructure, WASH facilities, distribution and communication activities for persons with disabilities and other vulnerable persons.
Gender-age marker toolkit
A self assessment/monitoring tool. Aims to ensure DRM projects design and implementation take into account and respond to the different needs and capacities of groups of people according to their age and gender. Elaborated for DRM practitioners involved in programme assessments, programme design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation.
Practicing gender and social inclusion in disaster risk reduction
A facilitators guide for community-level risk reduction assessment. Includes tools for participatory assessments. Aimed at DRM practitioners (within Bangladesh Government and others) facilitating risk assessments, and the elaboration of community disaster risk reduction action plans.
The disaster crunch model: guidelines for a gendered approach
A guideline aimed at supporting practitioners to understand vulnerability to disasters and to act on it. Introduces new elements to the â€œdisaster pressure and release modelâ€ or disaster â€œcrunch modelâ€. Helps recognising how women and men experience different levels of vulnerabilities to disasters.
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