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Ethiopia

Final Evaluation of Water for Food Security, Women's Empowerment and Environmental Protection (SWEEP) Project: (East and West Belesa Woredas of Central Gondar Zone, Amhara Regional State) - March 2021

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Background CARE, with the financial support from the Austrian Development Agency (ADA), has been implementing a three-year project titled "Water for Food Security, Women's Empowerment and Environmental Protection (SWEEP)" Project in East and West Belesa…

Format:
Evaluation and Lessons Learned
Source:
CARE
Posted:
08 Nov 2021
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Somalia

Position Paper Defining a Common Definition of Vulnerability: Marginalized and Minority Groups (March 2021)

Context The HCT Centrality of Protection (COP) Strategy retained for the 2020-2021 strategy priority A1: “Enhancing ways to identify and address differential forms of exclusion, including those based on societal discrimination, power structures, vulnerability, age, and gender...” There is need…

Format:
Analysis
Source:
UNHCR, Protection Cluster
Posted:
09 Aug 2021
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Somalia

Findings from the Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) Partner Questionnaire: Inclusion of Marginalized Groups in Programs (March 2021)

Introduction This report focuses on inclusion of marginalized communities in humanitarian programming toward a better understanding of how partners are implementing the HCT Centrality of Protection (COP) Strategy priority: Enhancing ways to identify and address differential forms of…

Format:
Assessment
Source:
UNHCR, Protection Cluster
Posted:
09 Aug 2021
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Malawi

COVID-19 Vaccine Fact Sheet-MoH- 10 March 2021 [EN/NY]

English version

Introduction The Ministry of Health has started providing a vaccine against COVID-19 in the country. The purpose of the vaccine is to ensure that community members are immunized against Coronavirus, the causative agent of COVID-19. Malawi will…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
UNICEF
Posted:
12 Jul 2021
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Somalia

Somalia: Detailed Site Assessment (DSA) Key Findings (March 2021)

CONTEXT The protracted humanitarian crisis in Somalia is multi-layered and complex. Limited development coupled with recurring climatic shocks, such as drought and riverine-/flash-flooding, give rise to high levels of need among affected populations, while insecurity and incidents…

Format:
Assessment
Source:
CCCM Cluster, REACH
Posted:
06 Jul 2021
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Somalia

Joint Rapid Needs Assessment: Belet Xaawo District, Gedo Region, Somalia (March 2021)

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Somalia’s prolonged humanitarian crisis is characterized by ongoing conflicts, climate-related shocks, communicable disease outbreaks and weak social protection mechanisms. Since the beginning of 2020, three additional shocks have contributed to a deterioration of humanitarian conditions:…

Format:
Assessment
Source:
DRC
Posted:
22 Jun 2021
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