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Gender and protection session on cross-cutting issues. Cross-cutting issues session Learning Objectives. Understand that addressing cross-cutting issues such as gender and protection systematically will make results more effective and efficient.

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Cross-cutting issues session

Learning Objectives

  • Understand that addressing cross-cutting issues such as gender and protection systematically will make results more effective and efficient.
  • Share experience from the field, in addressing gender and protection issues in Humanitarian contexts.
  • What gender and protection analysis might look like in a food security context

General Humanitarian Knowledge

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Cross-cutting issues session

Relevance

Why is this subject covered?

As cluster staff we need to understand what cross-cutting issues are (gender; protection; HIV and AIDS; psychosocial health; age; environment; etc.) and how they relate to our work. The emphasis is being placed on the importance to mainstream gender and protection in food security interventions.

How does this relate to my day to day tasks?

Food security assessment, analysis and options, programme design, and monitoring, evaluation and reporting need to take into account gender and related protection aspects

General Humanitarian Knowledge

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Cross-cutting issues session

Key concepts

  • Humanitarian interventions thatcontribute to women, girls, men and boys’:
      • Safety
      • Dignity
      • Integrity
  • Humanitarianprinciples (some)
      • Neutrality
      • Impartiality
      • Independence

General Humanitarian Knowledge

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Cross-cutting issues session

Key actions

  • Analyse differencesrelated to sex, age, ethnicity, religion etc
  • Addressgenderbased violence
  • Remember differences in needs of host communities, IDPs, refugees, minority groups, etc
  • Analyse land and other assets ownership patterns, HIV and AIDS, socio-cultural contexts, conflict situations

General Humanitarian Knowledge

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Cross-cutting issues session

Key actions

  • Design services thatmeet the needs of all
  • Ensureaccess for all
  • Ensureequal Participation
  • Collect, analyse, use and report programming monitoring data
  • Target actions based on the analysis
  • Collectivelycoordinate actions

General Humanitarian Knowledge

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Cross-cutting issues session

Group exercise

  • Objectives:
    • Identify how to addressspecificgender and protection issues whenassessingfoodsecurity.
    • Identify how eachrisk affects individuals /groups /communities, in terms of foodsecurity.
  • Organisation:
    • 4 groups (contextanalysis, foodavailability, access and utilization)
    • 1 rapporteur /group
    • 30 minute for group work
    • 5 minutes feedback / group (bullet points on paper)

General Humanitarian Knowledge

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Cross-cutting issues session

Protection and gender

  • Gender and protection analysis highlights who is affected, why, and how the “who” is affected differently
  • Gender: Emergencies have different impacts on women, girls, boys and men and often change households’ dynamics

General Humanitarian Knowledge

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Cross-cutting issues session

Protection and gender

  • Protection: Host communities, IDPs, refugees, minority groups, etc. have different needs, capabilities and constraints
  • Protection: Land and assets ownership patterns, HIV and AIDS, socio-cultural contexts, conflict situations require specific responses

General Humanitarian Knowledge

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Cross-cutting issues session

Protection and gender

  • Your role as CCs and IMO is to build strong networks that allow us to systematically assess, implement, monitor, evaluate and report on activities also from a gender and protection perspective
  • You are not alone
  • As humanitarian actors we need to take a more holistic and mainstreaming approach to gender and protection issues so that we weave equality of access, results, accountability and impact into all of our interventions systematically.

General Humanitarian Knowledge