Gender Marker

A gender perspective in humanitarian action is vital. In the development of Consolidated Appeals, it is essential to consider these issues, both at the individual programming level in project design and in the CHAP’s overall analysis and development. The main objective is not to simply add gender-sensitive words to a document, but to strengthen programming and analysis based on the different needs, concerns, capacities and contributions of women, men, girls and boys. It ensures the humanitarian response is appropriately designed and targeted.

 

Frequently Asked Questions
Gender Marker Frequently Asked Questions (July 2011)

 

Tipsheets English for the 2013 CAP season 
Camp Coordination Camp Management (CCCM) 
Child Protection 
Coordination 
Early Recovery 
Education  
Food Security 1 (Food Assistance) 
Food Security 2 (Agriculture and Livelihoods) 
GBV 
Health 
Mine Action 
Nutrition 
Protection 
Shelter/NFI 
WASH

  

Tipsheets French for 2013 CAP season  
Abris et Biens Non Alimentaires (NFI)  
Coordination  
Coordination et Gestion de Camp (CGC)  
Eau, Assainissement et Hygiene  
Education  
GBV  
Nutrition  
Non appliccable  
Protection de l'Enfant  
Programmation contre les Mines  
Relevement precoce  
Sante 
Securite alimentaire 1 
Securite alimentaire 2