Favourite picture from the Pastoral study

Prateek favourite photo from the pastoral study. This photo is something which I could relate to. We could point out before going to the field how pastoral woman's work does not find itself within the women and work discourse but it was after understanding the relationship of women with animals, we could understand the nature of "work" which a pastoral woman does. 

 

I seek your views on the following: 

1. Importance of diverse leadership teams in achieving improved outcomes

2.Opportunities for promoting intersectional women’s leadership and women’s decision-making power in humanitarian action

3.Suggest recommendations to advance sector-wide action to improve inclusion within humanitarian institutions.

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My colleagues at Monash University have written this which might be of help: https://lens.monash.edu/@celebrating-influential-women/2021/03/08/1...

Thank you Sara, a very useful brief. 

Thank you Shamsha, I will go through the brief you have provided, could we fix a time to speak on this tomorrow? does 3 pm India time work for you? we can speak on skype. madhumita28.

cheers

Hi Madhumita Sarkar.... just a small add on what have been raised by others in here re the increased women   vulnerability to domestic violence due to the pandemic. As for the economic impacts, there have been some works already conducted by the World Bank, UN Women, ILO and other relevant international organizations. One of the key issue that you may touch upon is on women leadership and participation in Small and Micro Enterprises where women form the majority of both business owners and workers. This can be of particular concern due to the true fact that women are the backbones of family coping strategies through their SMEs. This can be part of no (2)  re opportunities for promoting intersectional women's leadership and women's decision making power in humanitarian action. The Economic empowerment is key for women leadership in humanitarian action, especially in linking relief and rehabilitation actions. This is also bearing in mind that the pandemic hits not only health but also economy. Good luck for your program. Kind regards. Yulia

Thank you Yulia,

you have raised an extremely important issue, i shall use this in my presentation. 

Madhumita

Thanks a lot Sara, Shamsa and Yulia for your quick response to Madhumita.

Hello Madhumita, 

Thanks for your post - I've done some internal trainings on the first and tangentially, second questions. Would be happy to share some ideas and insights. Let me know if you still need any help! 

Sanjukta 

Yes please do share your thoughts. Sanjukta, what are your thoughts on

importance of financing and accountability for promoting women and leadership and more equitable decision-making structures.

 I do see in humanitarian situations many women led organisations cannot participate because fo poor funding and also those working for organisations cannot continue because of poor policies. 

any thoughts on this??

thanks

Madhumita

Hi Madhumita,

Preparing the local community is very imp so that they can respond immediately and not wait for outsiders. i recall in our work in a fishing community which was flood, women kept grains as a reservoir 

Let team in the community emerge organically at the same time ensure it is representative. I have used Constellation's SALT approach to build cohesive teams in communities.

Here is a story of what communities in Himachal did during COVID for better health as we were working with them on diabetes and hypertension. https://aidscompetence.ning.com/profiles/blogs/everyone-is-a-leader....

All the best for your presentation.

Thanks a Lot Rituu , extremely grateful to this forum...

Madhumita

Dear Madhumita

These is a collection of documents related to COVID-19 and humanitarian response which also cover inclusion and leadership. Please check on GBVAOR below.

Gender-Based Violence Area of Responsibility (gbvaor.net)

Thank you Rachel.

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