Beiträge zum Thema IASC-Guidelines

Establishment of the Disability Working Group (DWG) in Cameroon

As part of the our Phase 3-Leave No One Behind! project in Cameroon, a Disability Working Group (DWG) was formed to ensure the inclusion of people with disabilities in humanitarian action. This initiative was undertaken through collaboration between OPD Leaders, and representatives from the Ministry of Social Affairs and Civil Protection, and supported by  CBM […]


Inclusion focal points pose for group photo after completion of three-day ToT training at Juba Regency hotel, Juba

Raising the Bar on Disability Inclusion  

HI’s South Sudan team conducted its first Training of Trainers (ToT) workshop for members of the technical support mechanism group at Juba Regency hotel, Juba, South Sudan from 27th to 29th February 2024. The three-day training drew 16 inclusion focal points drawn from National and International Non-Governmental Organizations, Organizations of Persons with Disabilities (OPD’s) and […]


Group of persons sitting in a meeting room and listening a presentation.

South Sudan Project Team held its 3rd Technical Support Mechanism Meeting

The Technical Support Mechanism Team on Disability Inclusion is a working group that operates within protection cluster and under Gender Inclusion Task Team (GITT) in South Sudan. It was officially launched on 10 November 2023 and its members are made up of inclusion focal points who were trained during our Review, Adapt and Action Learning […]


Partnering for Disability-Inclusive Food Security and Livelihood Programming 

Between 2022 and 2023, the World Food Programme (WFP) and HI have jointly conducted research on the longer-term outcomes of a seven-month pilot project aimed at strengthening access and meaningful participation of persons with disabilities to food security and livelihood (FSL) opportunities in Western Equatoria, South Sudan. Our findings are out now! They demonstrate the […]


Establishment of the Somalia Inter-Agency Disability Inclusion Task Team

On 18th January 2024 as part of Phase 3 – Leave no one behind! Project, HI’s Somalia project team presented the objectives to establish the Somalia Inter-Agency Technical Support Task Team (SIDITT) during the monthly meeting of the Disability Inclusion Working Group DIWG under the Protection Cluster in Mogadishu, Somalia. The Disability Inclusion Working Group […]


Mapping Exercise Unveils Gaps and Opportunities in the Use of Protection Needs Assessment Tools for Disability Inclusion

Phase 3- Leave No One Behind! project has issued a detailed mapping exercise which assessed if and to which extend global and local protection needs assessment tools identify disability-specific risks, barriers, enablers and capacities. Despite notable advancements in disability inclusion, the study revealed inconsistencies and areas for further improvement in humanitarian needs assessment tools and […]


Training participants putting sticky notes to a blue sticky wall.

Time to Reflect: Our Highlights 2023

As 2023 draws to a close, it is a perfect time to reflect what have we achieved so far. We are delighted to report that the second year of our Phase 3-Leave no one behind! project has been characterized as full-fledged implementation by the three project partners and six pilot country-teams. Capacity building on inclusive […]