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  • Women in Nepal

    Safe Access to Fuel & Energy

    Our Fuel and Firewood Team in Kenya

    The Women’s Refugee Commission traveled to Kenya’s Kakuma and Dadaab camps this summer to talk with refugee women about what kind of challenges they face when cooking food rations for their families.

    Read more about the Women’s Refugee Commission Fuel and Firewood Initiative and what we’re doing to ensure refugee women have safe access to cooking fuel.

    Photos by Women's Refugee Commission, Mariangela Bizzarri and Gerald Martone/IRC

    Fuel-Efficient Stoves: Report from Workshop in Darfur

    On September 25, 2007, a participatory workshop for 30 internally displaced women in Darfur on the subject of fuel-efficient stoves (FES) was facilitated by CHF and the Women's Commission/International Rescue Committee(IRC). The next day, an information-sharing workshop on FES programming for FES service providers and other NGOs, UN agencies, government ministries and other interested parties was held.

    Working Women at Risk: The Links Between Making a Living and Sexual Violence for Refugees in ...

    Third in a series of three reports looking at the intersection between refugee women's livelihoods strategies and their vulnerability to gender-based violence.

    Perils of Direct Provision: The UNHCR's Response to the Fuel Needs of Bhutanese Refugees in Nepal

    Report detailing a major alternative fuel development program for Bhutanese refugees in Nepal.

    Moving Up The Food Chain: Lessons from Gender Mainstreaming at the World Food Programme

    A report supporting the need for male inclusion in the gender mainstreaming process. It has been increasingly documented as vital to the success of mainstreaming efforts.

    Displaced Women and Girls at Risk: Identifying Risk Factors and Taking Steps to Prevent Abuse

    The experiences of women and girls during flight, in exile and post-conflict are significantly different from those of men. Displaced women and girls hold their families together under the most difficult and inhumane circumstances and do so while at increased risk to their safety and well-being—risks that include rape, beatings, torture, hunger and abandonment.

    GBV Livelihoods

    On 27th January 2010 the Permanent Mission of the Principality of Liechtenstein hosted a panel discussion with the Women’s Refugee Commission on: The Link between Livelihoods and Genderbased Violence in Displacement Settings.

    Displaced Women and Girls At Risk: Risk Factors, Protection, Solutions and Resource Tools

    This document is an effort to broaden the understanding of field-based practicioners in the humanitartian community about women and girls at risk so as to engage them in more effectively addressing the protection needs and protection solutions of women and girls. Also available in a 4-page synopsis.

    Cooking Fuel Needs in Haiti: A Rapid Assessment

    The Women's Refugee Commission and the World Food Programme undertook an assessment of cooking fuel needs in post-earthquake Haiti. This report contains the findings and recommendations.

    Firewood and Pneumonia: A Fatal Combination in Humanitarian Settings

    More than 40 million people are currently displaced by armed conflict and human rights abuses, forced to leave their homes and seek safety in refugee camps, in urban areas and with extended family.