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Including people with disabilities and older people in gender-based violence programming: How do we move towards action and outcomes in humanitarian response?

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VOICE Co-founder and Executive Director, Mendy Marsh is featured on the EvidenceAid website co-authoring a blog post along with Emma Pearce, Gender and Inclusion Consultant, and Sophie Van Eetvelt, Innovation Manager, Elhra Humanitarian Innovation Fund.  The blog posting follows up on a rapid review of disability and older age inclusion in humanitarian settings that VOICE completed with Elrha, a major research force in the humanitarian community. A discussion of some of the highlights from the report are featured in the blog post.

Direct link to blog posting:

Including people with disabilities and older people in gender-based violence programming: How do we move towards action and outcomes in humanitarian response?

Download the full report:

Rapid Review of the inclusion of People with Disabilities
and Older People in Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Humanitarian Interventions

 

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