Toolbox

Find out how to understand differential disaster impact using this short guide. The six step approach involves combining different data sources, including disaggregated quantitative disaster impact data, census data, qualitative studies of the hazard event, and contextual information on underlying inequalities, supplemented with perspectives drawn from key information and from proactively listening to the experiences, priorities and needs of ‘missing voices.’

Explore this training for civil society organisations, especially those working on gender and women’s rights, to build understanding of the importance of mainstreaming gender into climate policies, programmes and budgets at the regional, national, and local level. Module 1 focuses on orientation of the basic concepts related to human rights, gender, climate resilience and disaster risk reduction.

Explore guidance shared for health professionals on responding to the COVID-19 pandemic within maternity care. The impact on acute care services in settings with under-resourced health systems is likely to be substantial.

Find out more on how to strengthen the role of civil society organisations (CSOs), especially those working on gender and women’s rights, to understand the importance of mainstreaming gender into climate policies, programmes, and budgets at the regional, national, and local level.
Find out how and when to use the diverse SOGIESC rapid assessment tool package to facilitate assessment of diverse SOGIESC inclusion in programmes and projects.
Find out how Member States in the South East Asia region, have committed to strengthening their disaster responsive social protection systems through a range of regional policy commitments such as the ASEAN Declaration on Strengthening Social Protection adopted in 2013.

Learn more about mainstreaming gender equality into the INFF (Integrated National Financing Frameworks process). This guidance note includes case examples to illustrate strategies and entry points for bringing gender analysis into this process.

The aim of this guidance is to support the Sendai Framework Monitor officers at the country level and other DRR practitioners to report SADDD.
Explore a framework and tools for assessing the progress and impact of women’s leadership and meaningful participation in the COVID-19 response.
Explore this toolkit, which is designed to support climate change practitioners in the Pacific islands region to integrate gender into their programmes and projects. It proposes some principles and practices based on many decades of experience in the integration of a gender perspective in sustainable development, natural resources management and disaster preparedness. The guide also features a gender checklist for disaster risk reduction programmes and projects to help guide this process.