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Gender transformative early warning systems: Peru

Source(s):  Practical Action

This research in Peru explores the interaction between gender and flood early warning systems, extracting key findings, and distilling a checklist for gender-aware, -sensitive, and -transformative early warning systems.

The authors recommend:

  • All marginalised gender groups need to be provided with training and knowledge which meets their needs.
  • All marginalised gender groups need to be able to access warnings directly.
  • An emphasis on long-term preparedness and clear household level decision support tools may support women to be confident in taking the lead and responding.
  • All marginalised gender groups need to be effectively represented in community, local government, and national level structures.



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  • Gender transformative early warning systems: Peru
  • Publication date 2020
  • Author(s) Brown, Sarah
  • Number of pages 2 p.

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