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Vulnerabilities to the disaster, coping capacity differs based on gender, age and socio-economic strata which affects the manner they face the disaster and its impact. Women are the frontline responders as they are more close to the natural resources, hence can play significant role in all the stages of disaster risk reduction. Thus, gender based approach has to be included and integrated in the planning process and has to be institutionalized.

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2018विपदमा लैङ्गिक समानता र यौनजन्य तथा लैङ्गिक हिंसाबाट संरक्षणसम्बन्धी प्रभावकारी कानुन र नीति-
Apr-2015Guía de recursos sobre la violencia contra las mujeres y las niñas : nota sectorial de gestión del riesgo de desastresFloriza, Gennari; Arango, Diana; Urban, Anne-Marie; McCleary-Sills, Jennifer
2016Gender, climate change adaptation and disaster risk reductionUNDP
10-Dec-2013Enfoque de Genero en GRD en HondurasPNUD
2017Guía Regional y Kit de Herramientas: Sobre la Inclusión de la Perspectiva de Género a los Planes Nacionales de Gestión de RiesgosUNISDR
Jan-2015विपद्को बेलामा किशोरकिशोरीको लागि यौन तथा प्रजनन् स्वास्थ्य सेवा सहयोगी सामग्री (Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Toolkit for Humanitarian Settings)-
Jun-2017Building resilience by challenging social norms: Towards a gender transformative approach in BRACEDCrowley, Frances;; McOmber, Chesney;; Audia, Camilla;; Ritchie, Alexander;; Pelling, Mark;; Visman, Emma
2017Women's Leadership in Resilience-
2017Promoting community and women’s leadership in building resilience: Lessons from the Ready for Anything project-
Jun-2016Gender approaches in climate compatible development: Lessons from PeruArana, María Teresa
2010Gender and DisastersUnited Nations Development Programme
2012Working with the community: Conducting Participatory Action Research A handbook for facilitators in Vanuatu and the Solomon IslandsFrench Red Cross
2015Women Leadership in Risk Resilient Development : Good Practices and Lessons LearnedUnited Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction; United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction
2014Policy Brief:How should the new international disaster risk framework address gender equality?Climate and Development Knowledge Network; Climate and Development Knowledge Network , Overseas Development Institute
2012Recognise the strength of women in reducing disaster risks!United Nations; United Nations, vietnam and European Commissions Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection department
2009Making Disaster Risk Reduction Gender Sensitive:Policy and Practical GuidelinesUnited Nations; UNISDR, UNDP,ISDR
2013Post 2015: Gender Equality in the future we wantThe United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR); The United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR)
2014Humanitarian Exchange:Gender Based Violence in EmergenciesHumanitarian Practice Network
2015MAKING IT COUNT INTEGRATING GENDER INTO CLIMATE CHANGE AND DISASTER RISK REDUCTION: A PRACTICAL HOW-TO GUIDECare International in Vietnam; Care International in Vietnam, GIZ, UN women Vietnam
2015Gender and diversity for urban resilience: An analysisInternational Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies; International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
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