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A Collective Effort of Leaving No One Behind: Strengthening Gender Equality Programming in Humanitarian Action
21 Jun 2018 -  Globally, more than 130 million women, girls, boys and men are affected by humanitarian crises. Now, more than ever, it is critical to ensure that humanitarian action is gender-responsive and that no one is left behind.
This side event on the margins of the ECOSOC Humanitarian Affairs Segment will bring together key stakeholders from the humanitarian community to discuss challenges and collective efforts in enhancing gender equality programming, highlighting tools, policies and practices from the ground.