On December 3rd, CBM, Humanity & Inclusion – Handicap International (HI), and the International Disability Alliance (IDA) mark the International Day of Persons with Disabilities by releasing in humanitarian context and disaster risk reduction (DRR), from 20 countries of intervention. Published by the launch of the IASC Guidelines on Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in Humanitarian Action, this report aims to support their uptake and promote learning by example.
DRR and humanitarian preparedness, response and recovery. It draws lessons from field practices, but does not provide technical guidance.
Inclusive Humanitarian Action for Persons with Disabilities is an emerging area for most people implementing the Convention on Disability (CRPD) The World Humanitarian Summit and the Charter of Disability in Humanitarian Action. It is also an evolving concept, and it is therefore essential that the evidence is provided in the context of the field of support.
The case studies included in the report focus on 19659005]
Collecting and Using Disaggregated Disaggregated Data for Assessments and Programming (1965).
Participation of persons with disabilities and their representative organizations in humanitarian response and recovery, including projects led by OPDs, or done in collaboration between NGOs and OPDs.
Removing barriers to access
Influencing coordination mechanisms and resource mobilization, such as through disability-focused coordination Mechanisms, as well as by National Humanitarian Response Plans and Pooled Funding.
The publication has been supported by the Australian Government and the European Union Humanitarian Aid.