Gender Mainstreaming the Humanitarian Action in Yemen
Gender considerations in the humanitarian response in Yemen
This document presents some general and sectorial gender considerations that humanitarian actors need to take into account when planning and implementing the humanitarian response in Yemen
HCT and cluster commitments on gender equality
The Humanitarian Country Team in Yemen has taken concrete steps towards ensuring gender equality throughout the humanitarian response. The objective is to make sure that women, girls, boys and men of all ages, abilities and backgrounds have access to humanitarian assistance and protection that cater to their distinct needs and experiences.
Towards that end, the HCT has identified 5 minimum commitments on gender equality to be implemented by senior management in 2015. Clusters have also defined 6 common minimum commitments.
This document presents the 5 Humanitarian Country Team minimum commitments and 6 Cluster minimum commitments towards ensuring gender equality throughout the humanitarian response in Yemen.
Cluster Gender Focal Point Network
In order to enhance gender equality throughout the humanitarian response, a network of Cluster Gender Focal Points has been set up within the active IASC clusters. The aim is for each cluster to have two gender experts who can support cluster coordinators and cluster partners to make sure that women, girls, boys and men of all ages, abilities and backgrounds have access to humanitarian and protection services that cater to their distinct needs and experiences.
- Contact list of the Cluster Gender Focal Points in Yemen
- Terms of reference of the Cluster Gender Focal Points in Yemen
Gender equality achievements
This document presents the analysis of the 2014 YHRP gender-related indicators at mid-term
This document presents the IASC Gender Marker rates of the projects uploaded in the OPS in Yemen from January to November 2014.
Gender, age and diversity in IDP Registration
This document presents the conclusions of 3 working sessions in Sana’a, Haradh and Aden with the IDP Executive Unit, UNHCR, WFP and Islamic Relief. The objective was to identify gender, age and diversity gaps and opportunities in IDP registration in Yemen.
Gender mainstreaming the humanitarian response in Southern Governorates
This document presents the conclusions of the Inter Cluster Coordination Workshop on gender mainstreaming the humanitarian response in Southern Governorates. Cluster members provide recommendations to enhance the gender dimension in needs assessments and project programming.
Gender Based Violence in Southern Governorates
This document presents the conclusions of the Aden GBV sub-cluster coaching session
Female Dignity Kits. Making a difference for women and girls in Yemen.
This brochure presents the recommendations of Protection Cluster partners and GBV Sub-Cluster partners to enhance the quality of the Female Dignity Kit distributions in Yemen.
Gender, age and capacity building.
This brochure presents the recommendations of Capacity Building Sub-Working Group partners (Early Recovery Cluster) to create the condition for a meaningful participation of women and youth in capacity building activities in Yemen.
Enriching humanitarian information products with Gender and Age Dimensions
This brochure presents some recommendations for information managers to enrich the information products with gender and age dimensions