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dc.contributor.authorBrown, Sarah-
dc.contributor.authorBudimir, Mirianna-
dc.contributor.authorSneddon, Alison-
dc.contributor.authorLau, David-
dc.contributor.authorPuja, Shakya-
dc.contributor.authorUpadhyay Crawford, Sujana-
dc.description.abstractEarly warning systems (EWS) build community resilience to disasters, with the potential to save lives and livelihoods. Women and marginalized gender groups face unique barriers in disasters, which must be considered in early warning. EWS that do not explicitly consider gender are likely to increase the marginalization of vulnerable gender groups. Our research in Nepal and Peru explores the interaction between gender and flood EWS. This policy brief extracts key findings and recommendations to ensure no one is left behind.en
dc.publisherPractical Actionen
dc.subjectFlood Control::Flood, बाढि वा डुवान, Inundaciónen
dc.subjectFlood Control::Resilience, उत्थानशीलता, Resilienciaen
dc.subjectFlood Control::Early warning system, पूर्वचेतावनी प्रणाली, Sistema de alerta tempranaen
dc.subjectFlood Control::Disaster risk management, विपद् जोखिम व्यवस्थापन, Gestión del riesgo de desastreen
dc.subjectFlood Control::Gender, लैंगिक, Géneroen
dc.subjectFlood Control::Vulnerability, संकटासन्नता, Vulnerabilidaden
dc.titleGender Transformative Early Warning Systems (Policy Brief)en
dc.typePolicy Paperen
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