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Hidden victims of the Syria crisis : disabled, injured and older refugees

HELPAGE INTERNATIONAL
Handicap International
April 2014

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This report presents research undertaken to highlight the number and needs of Syrian refugees in Jordan and Lebanon living with impairment, injury and chronic disease – for the purposes of this study these groups are referred to as “people with specific needs”. Throughout the report specific consideration is given to the position of older people with specific needs. Due to access and security constraints it was not possible to collect data in Syria itself, however it is recognised that the needs of refugees identified in the following report will be reflected within Syria, and that in this more extreme humanitarian situation the issues outlined below demand further consideration and response

Gender and landmines : from concept to practice

SWISS CAMPAIGN TO BAN LANDMINES
2008

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"This report studies the significance of gender in the impact and the effectiveness of mine action. It aims at giving the reader an overview, together with concrete examples, on how gender can be mainstreamed in mine action. This publication was developed to guide staff within the mine action sector, including policy makers, programmers, donors and implementing organisations"

Gender guidelines for mine action programmes

INTER-AGENCY COORDINATION GROUP OF MINE ACTION
February 2005

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This report provides information to assist United Nations mine action policy makers and field personnel incorporate gender perspectives in all relevant mine action initiatives and operations . It outlines how to address the needs of individuals affected by landmines by providing gender mainstreaming and assessing objectives for mine risk education, victim assistance and advocacy

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