1. Dangers in the wake of disaster

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    We know women experience discrimination, poverty, violence and inequality every day and in every country. So it stands to reason that we need to pay particular attention to women’s intense vulnerability during and after the chaos of a natural disaster like the earthquakes in Nepal. We’ve said it before and...
  2. Gender inequality is a recipe for disaster

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    Previously, we looked at the lethal combination of biology, discrimination and inadequate crisis responses that result in the disproportionate impact of natural disasters on women. This time we delve deeper into why women in earthquake-ravaged Nepal were more vulnerable in the first place. Nepal is the second poorest country in...
  3. 2014 – What a year!

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    The second year of a new organisation is bound to throw up a few curveballs and has been quite a journey! Ever the optimists here at GWP, we see taking a step backward here and there after taking a giant leap forward is not a disaster, it’s a cha-cha. So...
  4. It’s a girl thing!

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    International Day of the Girl (IDG), which falls on October 11 each year, gives us an opportunity to highlight the unique challenges facing girls across the world. A chance to pause and consider all of the implications of being a girl in this day and age, both from an individual...

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