Gender day 2 – Gender and our mandate
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FROM ACTION AGAINST HUNGER INTERNATIONAL!
Subtitles in French and English
Why include gender in the fight against hunger?
Including gender helps to better understand differences in access to and control of resources, and to identify the specific needs of the women, girls, boys and men with whom we work.
WEBINAR: Gender and our mandate, with Michael Arnaud (Deputy Director, Gender & GBV)
Watch the webinar below
The objective of this webinar is to better understand what is our role in promoting gender equality and mitigating and preventing GBV – to answer these questions we will specifically look at gender equality in our sectors of intervention – WASH, FSL and Nutrition. We will also review the Action Against Hunger network’s strategy to promote gender equality, the work of the Gender Unit, and the Gender Minimum Standards.
Webinar – Slides
Webinar – Introduction exercise
Webinar – Quiz and polls
Here are several examples of projects and initiatives led by Action Against Hunger that have a gender dimension (click on the countries to learn more!)
- Bangladesh: involving men in child stimulation activities;
- Ivory Coast: gender and age analysis;
- India: involving men in nutrition;
- Jordan: waste management in Irbid and women economic independence;
- Kenya: gender integration highlights from the Kenya mission;
- Nigeria: safe sanitary facilities;
- Occupied Palestinian Territories: women and girls empowerment;
- PROSSAN Project: Ivory Coast + Liberia + Sierra Leone: programme to strengthen health systems and services, especially for reproductive and maternal health.
No Hunger Radio: Men’s groups in India
Podcast episode on involving men in nutrition
Visit the Gender Portal
for more Gender Days content!