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النوع الإجتماعي والشمولية

يعني عدم المساواة الحالي أن الكوارث والنزاعات تؤثر على الناس من مختلف الأنواع والأعمار والقدرات وغيرها من الخصائص المحددة السياق بشكل مختلف. المساعدات النقدية والقسائم هي واحدة من أهم التطورات في المساعدات الإنسانية في السنوات الأخيرة. لكن العلاقة بين المساعدات النقدية والقسائم والنوع الإجتماعي ونقاط الضعف والقدرات الأخرى غير مفهومة بشكل جيد.

In 2018, the CALP Network’s #GenderCash Symposium in Nairobi brought together humanitarian actors working on gender and CVA, and formally launched efforts to better integrate the two – a commitment enshrined in the Agenda for Collective Action that emerged from the event. Another instrumental result of the Symposium was the collection of papers that the CALP Network members produced on gender-responsive programming in humanitarian contexts.  These efforts have catalysed other actors to take the work forward, such as CARE and UN Women, the Grand Bargain Cash sub-workstream leads, and to continue to build evidence on gender and to develop tools and training to better integrate gender and CVA.

However, gender alone can be seen as a limiting theme, with a tendency to focus mostly on women and girls and, sometimes, boys and men. Meanwhile, the needs of older people and people with special needs are still often ignored, not to mention other vulnerable and marginalised groups.

Current priorities

Under this theme, the CALP Network aims to encourage actors to widen their focus to be more inclusive, and champion a fuller understanding of how CVA can go beyond the notion of ‘do no harm’ towards appropriately addressing these socio-economic inequalities through the provision of other services and support.

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