ACFID submission to the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References Committee’s Inquiry into the Implications of Climate Change for Australia’s National Security
This framework guides efforts to build urban resilience that support children, youth, girls and boys. It integrates child and human rights into resilient urban development, enabling children to become agents of resilience. Public and private stakeholders can use this guide to assess and adapt current efforts to build resilience; identify opportunities; promote co-ordination and develop pathways to greater resilience through new initiatives.
The GWMT enables practitioners to explore and monitor gender relations in WASH projects. WASH projects affect gender relations in a community whether it is intentional or not. The effectiveness and sustainability of WASH programs is enhanced when there is an explicit focus on gender equality. While many of us already know this, integrating gender strategies into WASH programs and monitoring their progress towards change can be a challenge. The GWMT is designed to assist this process.
This resource provides research based evidence, information and practical guidance for development practitioners regarding the complexity of children and young people navigating the cyber world in developing countries and how this needs to be considered by staff when implementing programs with children that include the use of ICTs.