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Gender and disaster pod (GAD) resources

Source(s):  Women's Health Goulburn North East (WHGNE)
Women's Health in the North (WHIN)

This page of the Gender and Disaster Pod comprises of a wide range of practice-based resources to promote an understanding of the role played by gender in survivor responses to natural disaster and to embed these insights into emergency management practice.

The GAD Pod was formally established in 2015 and is an initiative of two Victorian Women’s Health organisations, Women’s Health Goulburn North East (WHGNE) and Women’s Health In the North (WHIN), working in partnership with the Monash University Disaster Resilience Initiative (MUDRI).

The resources list is composed of the following materials, among others:

  • training packages;
  • checklists for disaster prevention agencies;
  • issues 'snapshots' and postcards;
  • best practice case studies;
  • videos, podsocs and webinars.


Format Multimedia and Websites
Sub-format Web pages  •  Digital Video

Target audiences


Group: Adults


Group: Adults

Sub-group: Community activists, decision-makers or opinion-leaders

Educational usage

reading level Educational (secondary reading level)

Additional information

Published in Australia

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  • Language(s) English, English (United States)
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