Building resilience through inclusive and climate-adaptive disaster risk reduction Asia-Pacific (BRDR) is a five-year program which aims to improve regional cooperation in disaster risk reduction (DRR) and climate resilience by sharing best practices and tested approaches among countries in the region. The BRDR program puts gender equality, rights-based and pro-poor approaches at the forefront of DRR.
As a result of the collaboration between UN Women and MSB, this stocks-taking report represents the substantial part of the Women’s Cohesion Space. The data collected, the findings of the analyses as well as the conclusions and recommendations will be used to define the package of services to be carried out in the Cohesion Spaces of Women.
This report is therefore a practical guide to better understand the reality of refugee women and men and to answer the question «Why a Women’s Cohesion Space?».
Contexte et Justification
La présente étude de base intitulée : « Enquête de base sur l’état des lieux des Espaces de Cohésion des Femmes dans le Camp de réfugiés de Minawao et les Sites de Ngam et Timangolo » s’inscrit dans le cadre de la mise en oeuvre du projet dénommé: «Support to UN Women’s Women Cohesion Spaces (Appui aux Espaces de Cohésion des Femmes d’ONU Femmes)» entre MSB et ONU Femmes Cameroun.
Following the build-up of the military offensive on Mosul, the humanitarian community is witnessing continuous displacement of people. The MSB support will provide shelter for around 3000 people and the relief items will be deployed from Örebro aiport Tuesday evening and will arrive in Mosul within a few days.