Designing Gender Responsive Disaster Risk Management Interventions

Published on 01 Nov 2017 4 pages

DARDC Gender Policy Brief

It is critical that Disaster Risk Management (DRM) interventions are gender responsive and rights-based to reduce disaster risks for women and men, girls and boys and vulnerable population groups. Such inclusive approaches will ensure the effective implementation of DRM interventions and positive results. This policy brief provides some key recommendations on designing gender responsive DRM processes.

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