This ‘Rapid Gender Analysis Brief’, prepared by a major international humanitarian agency CARE International, seeks to draw the attention of those engaged with Ukraine in humanitarian operations to the most significant gender issues – both existing and emerging – and propose measures to address them.
The study states that to be effective, humanitarian programmes need to take into account the diverse needs of the population. In Ukraine, gender intersects with diversity, creating distinct groups with specific vulnerabilities. These include the Roma community, older people, people with disabilities, women in rural communities in displacement and conflict zones, and LGBTI communitie
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