Reports

The reports available here are from Phase 1 and 2 of the women’s participation project and includes the baseline assessment and endline evaluations from the pilot projects conducted in Ecuador, Philippines, Iraq, Nigeria and South Sudan, led by IOM with technical support from WRC. Additional reports will become available for on-going projects.  

Global learning reports from the baseline assessment and the endline evaluations from the original five countries are also available.


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Mon, 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.
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WPP Learning Report - IOM (1).pdf 25.07 MB
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Fri, 07/03/2020 - 11:48
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Report: Improving participation and protection of displaced women and girls through camp management approaches

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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Wed, 11/27/2019 - 14:59
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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.

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Summary report - older women.pdf 2.77 MB