Beiträge zum Thema inclusion

Leave no one behind @ Humanitarian Symposium Munich

HI is co-hosting this year’s Humanitarian Symposium Munich, which takes place on Saturday 24 February, in the Hörsaal der Kinderklinik at Lindwurmstraße 4, as well as online. The topic of this year’s conference is “People with Disability in Humanitarian Crises”. Our project is happy to support this year’s Humanitarian Symposium Munich. With the theme “People […]

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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 […]

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Woman distributing hygiene kits to persons.

Developing Training Package on Disability-Inclusive WASH 

The Phase 3 – Leave no one behind! project has begun the development of a training package on disability inclusion in the humanitarian Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) response. During the previous project phase, we identified an ongoing need for expert sector-specific skills and knowledge on inclusive humanitarian action, and through this activity we aim […]

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Group photo of the workshop participants posing outside of the training venue in Uganda.

RAAL-Workshop in Uganda: Adapting Assessment Tools

Our HI team organized the first Review, Adapt & Action Learning (RAAL) Laboratory workshop in Fort Portal, Uganda on 23rd – 25th October 2023. It was held as part of the three-day training focusing on Inclusive Humanitarian Action (IHA).  To strengthen the capacities of local, regional and international humanitarian organisation in the field of disability […]

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Amplifying Changes Towards a Disability-Inclusive Humanitarian Response – Highlights from Our Regional Eastern Africa Training

In total 26 humanitarian actors from 16 different humanitarian organizations took part in our Regional Eastern Africa Training on “Mainstreaming Disability in Humanitarian Action” on 27.10-02.11.23 in Nairobi, Kenya. The four intense training days introduced the human rights-based approach to disability, deepened understanding of disability-inclusive humanitarian action, highlighted the promising practices on operationalizing the IASC […]

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Group picture of the participants.

Regional Training on Mainstreaming Disability in Humanitarian Response Successfully Held in Cameroon  

Our project partner CBM organized a regional training for West and Central Africa on “Amplifying changes towards a disability-inclusive humanitarian response” from October 24th until October 26th in Yaoundé, Cameroon. In total, 23 participants from six different countries consisting of Niger, Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad, Togo and Democratic Republic of the Congo shared experiences and ideas […]

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