UNDP, alongside other agencies, public sector ministries & local groups in Guyana & Dominica, is implementing a project titled “Strengthening Disaster Management Capacity of Women in Guyana and Dominica”
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in collaboration and partnership with other development agencies, public sector ministries and local groups in Guyana and Dominica, is implementing a project titled “Strengthening Disaster Management Capacity of Women in the Cooperative Republic of Guyana and the Commonwealth of Dominica”. Gender Analyst for UNDP Dominica Ezra Blondel says the project is aimed at building female capacity.
There are three major outputs expected which include:
Output 1: Capacities of the target communities and government agencies strengthened for effective, gender responsive and timely decision making for disaster preparedness.
Output 2: Community resilience strengthened using gender responsive disaster risk reduction (DRR) and alternative livelihood approaches.
Output3: Knowledge networks strengthened to foster adoption of best practices in livelihoods for resilience.
Gender Analyst for UNDP Dominica, Ezra Blondel.
Meantime Technical Specialist for IICA Dominica Kent Coipel, says the project will focus on integrating gender responsiveness.
Technical Specialist for IICA Dominica, Kent Coipel.
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