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Date: Jan 1970
Location: Pakistan

Providing water and sanitation facilities alone will not guarantee their optimal use nor will it necessarily improve public health. Only a gender and age-sensitive, participatory approach at all...

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Date: Sep 2014
Location: Pakistan

The Eessential starting point for any humanitarian project is to identify the number of women, girls, boys and men who are the target beneficiaries.This information is required in all project...

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Date: Jan 1970
Location: Pakistan
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Date: Jan 1970
Location: Pakistan

Experience from past natural disasters reveals that important differences between men and women often go unrecognised. In the midst of the urgent humanitarian response, the provision of...

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Date: Jan 1970
Location: Pakistan

This tip sheet is designed to assist clusters and their project teams in assigning a gender code to their humanitarian projects using the IASC Gender Marker. Each project is awarded a gender code...

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Date: Jan 1970
Location: Pakistan

IASC gender marker Pakistan PFERP 2010 Gender Markers Focal Points' Orientation (Draft)

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Date: Jan 1970
Location: Pakistan

MS were developed in consultation with representatives from all OXFAM affiliates to ensure consistent promotion of gender equality in humanitarian programming.

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Date: Jan 1970
Location: Pakistan

This document has been prepared by IOM Humanitarian Communications for the field staff of the humanitarian community

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Date: Jan 1970
Location: Pakistan
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Date: Jan 1970
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World Food Programme Emergency Response training

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