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admin [Rapid Gender Analysis Report (per Country) and Research Reports]
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 //CARE’s hasGender and Emergencies Taskforce updated a Gender in Emergencies (GiE) Strategy and drafted a detailed implementation plan for 2011. In Niger, CARE recently applied the GiE strategy by establishing Village Savings and Loans groups to provide immediate assistance to those most affected by the food crisis. In Pakistan, CARE hired a Gender Advisor specifically for the 2010 flood response and is working to address gender barriers throughout the emergency response. In Haiti, CARE hired a Gender/GBV Advisor to integrate gender into all sectoral responses and partners with local groups to address GBV and exploitation related to food and nonfood item distribution. In Bangladesh, CARE adapted CARE’s International’s Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) policy to the local context and documented its mainstreaming in various programs. Overall, CARE’s humanitarian training programs have themselves achieved a gender balance among their responders by taking proactive measures to recruit and train women.// //CARE’s hasGender and Emergencies Taskforce updated a Gender in Emergencies (GiE) Strategy and drafted a detailed implementation plan for 2011. In Niger, CARE recently applied the GiE strategy by establishing Village Savings and Loans groups to provide immediate assistance to those most affected by the food crisis. In Pakistan, CARE hired a Gender Advisor specifically for the 2010 flood response and is working to address gender barriers throughout the emergency response. In Haiti, CARE hired a Gender/GBV Advisor to integrate gender into all sectoral responses and partners with local groups to address GBV and exploitation related to food and nonfood item distribution. In Bangladesh, CARE adapted CARE’s International’s Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) policy to the local context and documented its mainstreaming in various programs. Overall, CARE’s humanitarian training programs have themselves achieved a gender balance among their responders by taking proactive measures to recruit and train women.//
  
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