Tailoring courses and leadership training support a young woman’s dream in South Sudan

Submitted by Nurarab on Fri, 08/12/2022 - 09:55
Victoria is a young, displaced woman living in the Naivasha IDP site in WAU, South Sudan, since 2017. With the support of the Women's Participation Project (WPP) throughout the years, Victoria has become a camp community leader and has recently enrolled in tailoring courses that have changed her present and future. 

Women lead the response to COVID-19 in Displacement Camps Around the World

Submitted by ajkanesan on Tue, 12/29/2020 - 09:46

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the living conditions and personal circumstances of the displaced persons living in camps and camp-like settings, which made it difficult to implement mitigation measures in many displacement settings. To respond to the most urgent needs of the pandemic, modalities and activities under the Women’s Participation Project were reoriented and adapted to ensure women and girls had access to the relevant information to prevent the spread of the virus in their communities and to promote an

Displaced Women Lead the Response to COVID-19 in Camps Around the World

Submitted by ajkanesan on Tue, 04/13/2021 - 13:31

Geneva — Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, women internally displaced by conflict or disasters already faced significant barriers in accessing job opportunities, healthcare and education. Public health restrictions imposed worldwide, moreover, increased many of the vulnerabilities and protection risks faced by women, girls, elderly persons and persons with disabilities.