Humanitarian /crisis response planning, frameworks & programming are gender inclusive and responsive
The new approach to Humanitarian action reiterates that when women’s needs inform the humanitarian planning and programming and the actors of the sector have the capacity and opportunity to integrate gender equality into planning and programming, then the targeted responses are more effective , sustainable and empowering for women and girls. This outcome will focus on integrating gender equality concerns in the design and implementation of humanitarian assistance through use of tools/guidances.
Women's engagement i n peace building
Women mediators trained
Reduced abuse of women and girls in the Niger Mali frontiers
Number of social cohesion spaces for women functional in crisis areas whose provided services to women
SDG 11.5.1 Number of people whose livelihoods were disrupted or destroyed, attributed to disasters, by sex (Not for unit reporting)
- SDG Indicator 11.5.1
SP 5.13.1: Number of institutions of the justice and security sectors with strengthened capacity to mainstream gender perspectives and promote the rights of women and girls in conflict, post-conflict and other crisis situations
SP 5.13.2: Number of sexual and gender-based violence justice experts deployed to national, regional and international accountability mechanisms(Not for country reporting)
SP 5.13.3: Number of civil society organizations and networks, directly supported by UN-Women to influence peace processes
SP 5.14.1: Percentage of humanitarian country cluster systems with dedicated gender expertise in countries with UN-Women humanitarian presence
SP 5.14.2: Number of women's organizations or institutions supported by UN-Women to play a role in humanitarian response and recovery
SP 5.14.3: Number of women and girls directly accessing UN-Women supported humanitarian services
Percentage of women and girls as direct beneficiaries in coordinated humanitarian responses (Not for unit reporting)
SDG 1.5.1, 11.5.1, 13.1.1: Number of deaths, missing persons and directly affected persons attributed to disasters per 100,000 population (Desk Review)
- SDG Indicator 1.5.1, 11.5.1, 13.1.1
Number of new Cohesion spaces created and functional
Number of social issues covered by the existing COGES (leadership, management of space, SGBV etc)
Number of women accessing information, goods, resources and/or services through UNW supported platforms and programs in humanitarian and development settings (CO)
Exitence of a functional mechanism for collection and analyssis of data
Number of stakeholders trained to conduct the PDNA exercise
GLOBAL/UNIT: Number of UN System coordination mechanisms in which UN-Women is actively engaged that drive progress on gender mainstreaming mandates and commitments at global, regional and country levels
number of Targeted women who learnt new skills for icome generation activities to recover from effects of COVID-19.
Number of women trained in new skills
Humanitarian /crisis response planning, frameworks & programming are gender inclusive and responsiveDuring the year 2022, the Niger Country Office, through the GTG/DH, which it leads, strengthened the capacities of the focal points on the role of the thematic groups in coordination. Also, the Terms of Reference of the GTG/DH have been revised and validated for the revitalization of this group so that it can effectively carry out its coordination mandate in monitoring the implementation of the 2023-2027 CCP. In addition, the WG/DH monitored the implementation of the UNCT SWAP-Gender Scorecard Action Plan as well as provided support for the production of the UNS Reports on the Gender Scorecard and the UN Coordination Newsletter. In 2022, the WGGH led by UN Women and composed of UN agencies (UNFPA, UNDP, UNHCR, WFP, OCHA), government and women-led CSOs strengthened the capacity of its members in gender analysis, cross-cutting protection, PEAS and accountability to affected people. The WGGH also organized an open house on International Women's Day to raise awareness of the role of gender in environmental protection and created its first newsletter in the first quarter. - Two rapid gender analyses were conducted under the lead of UN Women. In accordance with the WGIG's 2022 work plan, two trainings on rapid gender analysis in the regions of Tillabéry and Diffa followed by data collection in Tillabéry with the participation of 8 women-led organizations, 5 UN agencies ? 6 NGOs and 2 ministers.
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