Gender, Development, and Humanitarian Work
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This collection of articles explores the new directions that development and humanitarian organizations have taken in response to meeting women's interests and needs in humanitarian emergencies. Efficient, swift delivery of humanitarian programs to the people who need help most cannot occur without addressing gender issues. At times of crisis, women and men face particular challenges based on the social norms and roles they adopt in family and society. Recognizing this and catering for it in humanitarian interventions can make the difference between success and failure.
|Publish Date||January 2002|
|dimensions||7 1/2" x 9 3/4"|
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