Policy Brief on GESI Analysis Post-Crisis


This policy brief addresses some of the key factors and measures to be adopted in a Post-Crisis GESI Analysis, to effectively address a crisis’s differential impacts on gender, social disability, and age. The recommendations are intended to support analyses undertaken immediately after a crisis, to represent structural inequalities that make it disproportionately harder for women and other vulnerable groups during crisis and recovery to strengthen the practicality of short and longer-term recommendations drawn from GESI Analysis.

It has been developed with funding from European Union Humanitarian Aid, under the Strengthening Urban Preparedness, Earthquake Preparedness and Response in Western Regions of Nepal (SUPER Project) being implemented by UNDP, UN Women, and UNICEF.

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Geographic coverage: Asia and the Pacific Nepal
Resource type(s): Briefs Policy strategies
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