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Since its inception, the Women’s Participation Project has been implemented in 9 countries and even more locations. 

Some of these have completed the roll-out of the Women’s Participation Project and others are in various stages of implementation, ranging from initial steps to a multi-year roll-out of the Project. 

This page provides you with baseline and end line reports on all project locations where the project has already generated findings.

Global Reports
Womens Participation Learning Report - Baseline

WOMEN’S PARTICIPATION LEARNING REPORT – BASELINE 

As part of a global-level project aiming at reducing gender-based violence (GBV) risks in camps and camp-like settings, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) Global Cluster sought to understand how women’s participation in governance structures could contribute to reducing risks of GBV. 

Learning Report Baseline.pdf
10/20/20
Womens Participation Learning Report - Endline

WOMEN’S PARTICIPATION LEARNING REPORT – ENDLINE  

Between May 2016 and September 2017, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) Cluster, with technical support from the Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC), developed and delivered a 2 stage project in 5 different countries targeted at supporting opportunities for women’s equal and meaningful participation in camp governance structures.
Learning Report Endline.pdf
10/20/20

These two sets of resources (video and presentation) are designed to disseminate the main findings and recommendations from the research on Women’s Participation: The Role of Older Women, conducted in 2019 by the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), with support from the International Organisation for Migration (IOM). The first set is addressed to the community and research informants, while the second set is addressed to CCCM practitioners and humanitarian workers. 

 

The research included field work in four locations (Afghanistan, Iraq, Kenya and Tanzania) and covered a range of displacement settings and different types of Camp Management interventions. The full report and the summary report of this research can be found in the ‘Reports’ section of this platform. I you wish to have the presentation in pwpt. format or if you have any question, please contact: womenindisplacement@iom.int, anna.hirschholland@gmail.com and giovanna.federici@nrc.no.

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Older women’s role in their families and communities during displacement can have a significant influence on the safety of women and girls. Camp Management agencies should engage with older women in order to harness and capitalise on their role. 

THE ROLE OF OLDER WOMEN IN DISPLACEMENT – FULL REPORT
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This report investigates the structural barriers to meaningful participation that women face, through a global qualitative study conducted by NRC, with the support of IOM, in Iraq, Afghanistan, Kenya and Tanzania. The findings present practical recommendations for Camp Management agencies to improve the contributions that displaced women and marginalised groups can make to their communities through their inclusion in the coordination of humanitarian responses in camps, informal sites, and urban out of camp neighbourhoods.

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NRC has conducted a global qualitative study, which presents practical recommendations for Camp Management agencies to improve the contribution that displaced women can make to the coordination of humanitarian responses in camps, informal sites, and urban out of camp neighbourhoods. The research was conducted as part of a broader project managed by the International Organization for Migration, as the global co-lead of the Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) Cluster. 

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NRC has conducted a global qualitative study, which presents practical recommendations for Camp Management agencies to improve the contribution that displaced women can make to the coordination of humanitarian responses in camps, informal sites, and urban out of camp neighbourhoods. The research was conducted as part of a broader project managed by the International Organization for Migration, as the global co-lead of the Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) Cluster. 

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These two sets of resources (video and presentation) are designed to disseminate the main findings and recommendations from the research on Women’s Participation in Coordination, conducted in 2019 by the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), with support from the International Organisation for Migration (IOM). The first set is addressed to the community and research informants, while the second set is addressed to CCCM practitioners and humanitarian workers. The research included field work in four locations (Afghanistan, Iraq, Kenya and Tanzania) and covered a range of displacement settings and different types of Camp Management interventions. The full report and the summary report of this research can be found in the ‘Reports’ section of this platform. I you wish to have the presentation in pwpt. format or if you have any question, please reach out to: womenindisplacement@iom.int, anna.hirschholland@gmail.com and giovanna.federici@nrc.no
Findings and recommendations for practitioners and community
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Older women’s role in their families and communities during displacement can have a significant influence on the safety of women and girls. Camp Management agencies should engage with older women in order to harness and capitalise on their role.
The Role of older Women in displacement - Summary Report
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