Tuesday, July 4, 2017

PH dialogue pushes for gender-responsive disaster risk reduction and management


“Strengthening Gender-Responsive Sendai Framework Implementation: Addressing the GIR and Promoting Community Resilience in the Philippines” 


To ensure that the GIR meets the specific needs of Philippines, the partners, in close collaboration with the OCD, facilitated a consultation dialogue “Strengthening Gender-Responsive Sendai Framework Implementation: Addressing the GIR and Promoting Community Resilience in the Philippines” between 20th and 21st June 2017. The meeting was held to identify common challenges that Philippines is facing with regard to addressing gender inequality through DRRM but also to identify key priorities and good practices that should be addressed and promoted through the proposed GIR Programme, The event was also supported by the Philippine Commission on Women (PCW) and attended by gender focal points from various national government agencies, civil society organizations and non-government organizations from different parts of the country.


Round Table Discussion: The Gender Dimensions of Risk: Experiences in the Philippines 
Panelist (from left to right): Atty. Amparita Sta. Maria of Ateneo Human Rights Center (AHRC), Ms. Ellen Dicta-an Bang-oa of ebtebba Foundation, Roxanne Omega Doron of Bisdak Pride, Inc., Mr. Jaime Antonio Jr., Program Coordinator, Program Coordinator, SDG Localization iWaSH.

#UNWOMEN #LGBT #DRR #ClimateChange #PasigCity #BisdakPride #BisdakPrideInc #PatasAngGugma #GarboLGBT #DYCM #DYCM1152


Link: PH dialogue pushes for gender-responsive disaster risk reduction and management

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