Gender in Emergencies

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The impact of crises on people's lives, experiences and material conditions varies according to gender. Humanitarian aid activities can reinforce or reduce existing inequalities. The aim of the training is to provide key approaches and practical tools that can lead to meeting the immediate needs of women, men, girls and boys affected by natural disasters and humanitarian conflict in a way that also addresses the underlying causes of people's vulnerability, particularly as a result and cause of gender inequality. The training is based on approaches and tools used by CARE International.

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You will learn

understanding of the influence of gender inequality on people's vulnerability

key approaches and practical tools to address gender-based needs in disasters and conflicts

Target group

Workers in humanitarian assistance, as well as students and graduates of relevant disciplines


10:00 - 17:00

Day 1

Isadora Quay, Global Gender in Emergencies Coordinator für CARE International


Isadora Quay is from Scotland and Australia. She is the Global Lead on Gender in Emergencies at CARE International. Through this work, she created Rapid Gender Analysis, founded Women Lead in Emergencies, led the development of the first organisation-specific Gender Marker, and led the work the RGA qualitative data app called Fatima Light. Right now, she is starting-up a global fund for gender in emergencies. She is an associate professor on Gender in Humanitarian Action at Sciences Po in Paris.

CARE Germany Trainer Team



* To cover the fees you can upload an educational voucher of the state of NRW during the registration

13.6.2023 - 14.6.2023

14 hours of training

Catering included

Maximum of 16 attendees

13 of 12 required registration for this course. You will be informed after registration. Share this course with friends and colleagues to make sure it will be carried out.


ProviderThis training is organized by Aktion Deutschland Hilft e.V.