Training Course on Gender Equality in Disaster Risk Reduction
Date: 24 - 26 Apr 2017
Venue: Bangkok, Thailand
In disasters, the needs of women, girls, boys and men are different and distinct. Scientific research demonstrates how women are disproportionally affected by natural disaster events. More marginalized populations, including women, tend to be disproportionally and negatively impacted when natural disasters happen. The Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (SFDRR), Agency for Humanity, and the Sustainable Development Goals, all commit to reaching the most vulnerable women, girls, boys, and men as well as work upon the needs of diverse and at-risk groups in situations of disaster vulnerability and risk. SFDRR also states that women and their participation are critical to effectively managing the disaster risk. The pledge to leave no one behind is the central theme of the 2030 Agenda and places a new obligation on our commitment to reach and transform the lives of those who are at most risk of being left behind. 1
This training will provide an introduction on how to operationalize gender equality into programming for disaster risk reduction. The training will develop skills and competencies in disaster risk reduction using a gender lens throughout the program management cycle, from assessment, analysis, planning to implementation, monitoring and evaluation. 1The training is targeting persons who manage projects or programs related to disaster risk reduction, climate change, and humanitarian action and would like to ensure a gender perspective integrated into their work.
Participants will be provided with tools and practical understanding
to integrate gender issues into disaster risk reduction programs. The training
will build an awareness of gender equality, gender competence and enable the
participants to promote gender equality goals in their programme management
work, at various levels. Participants will gain knowledge to use gender
analysis tools, collecting relevant data and to use data to plan it in a
systematic way. They will also get guidance on development of monitoring and
evaluation frameworks and gender budgeting.
By completing the course, participants will learn how to:
- Analyze disaster risk reduction program approaches from a gender lens
- Mainstream gender in the project cycle, in identification, formulation, planning, implementation and evaluation
- Develop a theory of change for disaster risk reduction using a gender lens
- Design project and programs, monitor and evaluate on gender-responsive disaster risk reduction
- Design and use sex, age and disability data collection tools in program/project needs assessment
- Conduct gender impact analysis and capability and vulnerability analysis
- Integrate gender perspectives into disaster risk reduction for sustainable development in programming
- Incorporate gender analysis into project and program management
Module 1: Key concepts and links: Gender and DRR
- Session 1: Gender and Sex
- Session 2: Power
- Session: 3: How gender analysis relates to how people are affected by disasters
- Session 4: Gender-based violence in disasters
Module 2: Gender mainstreaming tools
- Session 1: Sex, Disability and Age Disaggregated Data
- Session 2: Development of Gender impact analysis
- Session 3: Capability and Vulnerability Analysis- gendered analysis of capability and vulnerability
Module 3: Gender in program implementation
Module 4: Gender responsive monitoring and evaluation
- Session 1: Development of indicators to measure gender responsive measures
- Session 2: Development of monitoring and evaluation measures
Module 5: Budget
- Session 1: Gender budgeting
The three day course will be conducted based on adult learning methodologies and tools with a heavy emphasis on practical application of case studies. Interactive tools and role play will demonstrate practical aspects while theoretical basis will be provided. Participants are encouraged to bring their own program frameworks to use as the main learning tools and to ensure practical application of the lessons and concepts discussed.
Project staff, government and non-government partners who are involved in design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of climate change and disaster risk reduction programs. The training will include practical guidance on addressing gender and women’s empowerment in disaster risk reduction programs. It will provide practical application of gender mainstreaming in disaster risk reduction projects/programs.
Package A without accommodation: USD1,075
Package B with accommodation: USD1,375
The standard course fee of USD1,075 covers the course tuition, training materials, meeting package, and study visits. Participants will be responsible for their own travel expenses and arrangements, airport transfers, visa application, lunch and dinners, health and accident insurance, and other personal expenses.
Participants who want to stay at the hotel where the course will be conducted can choose an alternative course fee package B.
Interested persons can apply as individuals although preference will be given to those sponsored by an organization. The application can be submitted online atwww.adpc.net/tsu/sign-in.asp.
If you are selected to attend the course, the payment should be transferred to ADPC's account through a bank transfer not later than March 24, 2017. Otherwise, your participation will be cancelled. Please note that personal checks are not accepted as a form of payment.
If you are unable to attend, a substitute applicant is welcome to attend in your place, provided the participation criteria described above have been met.
Cancellation of attendance should be notified at least three weeks prior to course commencement; in which case, 15 percent of the course fee will be deducted for banking charges and administrative costs. No refunds are available for cancellation within three weeks prior to course commencement.