Women's Participation and Leadership from the Rohingya Response: Lessons from the Women's Committee

07/06/2020 - 14:58
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The Women’s Participation Project was piloted by IOM Cox’s Bazar in 2018 to better understand how women’s participation in governance structures in camps and camp-like settings could contribute to mitigating and reducing the risks of gender-based violence. To date, this pilot intervention has evolved as a best practice model that is currently being scaled up across IOM response. This Women’s Participation Project Learning report provides a snapshot of key lessons learned from the project, focusing on the achievements and challenges of the Women’s Committee in Leda Makeshift Camp as well as cross-cutting issues related to disability inclusion and social cohesion that can be applied and replicated in other similar interventions.
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WPP Learning Report - IOM (1).pdf 25.07 MB
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