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Women's participation in disaster relief and recovery

YONDER, Ayse
AKCAR, Sengul
GOPALAN, Prema
2005

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This pamphlet provides case studies from three earthquake-striken areas in India and Turkey. They provide examples of how low-income women who have lost everything can form groups and become active participants in the relief and recovery process. Readers learn how women became involved in housing, created businesses, mobilized funds, and provided crucial community services.The pamphlet also examines the roles that NGOs and government policy and procedures play in facilitating (or impeding) women's involvement

Learning from experience : strengthening organisations of women with disabilities. Solidez, Nicaragua

DIXON, Helen
September 2001

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This report examines the organisational strategy of 11 disabled women's groups in Nicaragua. More specifically, this resource explores the experiences of each organisation as they introduce gender perspectives, sexuality and women rights issues into their work, at the local and national level. It concludes by providing recommendations for developing appropriate participatory methodologies. This resource would be useful to anyone with an interest in women right's and disability and development

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