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Supply chains under covid-19

November 18th, 2021|0 Comments

Supply chains under covid-19 In the year 2020, the globe witnessed an unprecedented phenomenon in the form of a novel disease (Covid-19), which had unanticipated consequences in the history of humanity. On January 30th, 2020, WHO proclaimed a Public Health Emergency of International Concern, and by March 11th, it had escalated to a Global Pandemic. Covid-19 emphasized the importance of the supply chain function to our economies and communities. It showed flaws in our healthcare system, production lines, and supply chain, while also showing corruption possibilities that hindered pandemic response, [...]


October 29th, 2021|0 Comments

Since its inception, the outbreak has had a plethora of repercussions and consequences for children. Despite the fact that they are thought to be the least prone to get the virus, the virus has affected them differently.

Gender and Climate Change

May 6th, 2021|0 Comments

Men and women are affected differently by climate change due to variations in their traditional roles, social norms, and livelihoods. Men and women have different social positions and obligations, which means they have different opportunities to incorporate climate change adaptation strategies into their lives. To effectively incorporate climate change into development activities, it is important to consider these distinctions.

Child Protection in Emergencies

April 27th, 2021|0 Comments

During natural and man-made disasters, war, or other crises, child safety in emergencies is about preventing and reacting to crime, harassment, exploitation, and neglect of children. Even after the initial crisis has ended, emergency situations will persist.

Humanitarian Supply Chain and Logistics

April 23rd, 2021|0 Comments

The effect of disasters has increased in comparison to the past, particularly in less developed countries, due to rapid urbanization, climatic changes, and environmental degradation. Academicians, aid personnel, responders, states, sponsors, NGOs, and the business community must all concentrate on the need for immediate and well-planned relief efforts in the aftermath of the disaster. A tragedy not only kills people but also leaves an indelible mark on those who are directly or indirectly affected by it. . While the effects of a catastrophe, whether man-made or natural, cannot be fully [...]

Gender Based Violence in Emergencies

April 21st, 2021|0 Comments

Gender-based violence (GBV) is the world's most widespread but least noticeable human rights abuse. It is characterized as “any violent act that is committed against a person's will and is based on socially ascribed (i.e. gender) discrepancies between males and females,” according to the Inter-Agency Standing Committee's Guidelines for Integrating Gender-Based Violence Interventions in Humanitarian Action (2015). Acts of physical, sexual, emotional, or economic damage or misery, as well as threats of such acts, coercion, and deprivations of liberty, whether in public or private life, are included. The word is [...]

Cash Transfer Programming for Humanitarian and Development Actors

April 20th, 2021|0 Comments

CTP is a delivery system for assistance; it is not a field or program in and of itself. CTPs, such as large-scale, state-sponsored cash transfer schemes, can be planned with longer-term development goals in mind.

Social Protection and Safety Nets Programmes

April 20th, 2021|0 Comments

Following independence, the country's first president was focused on three goals: the eradication of extreme poverty, illiteracy, and extreme hunger. This was necessary because Kenyans had been regarded as second-class citizens at the time and in the colonial regime, increasing their vulnerability and exposure to the three issues. However, this goal was not met at the time, and subsequent governments have attempted to resolve these concerns by including them in development plans and policies. The government's commitment to providing for marginalized communities who are unable to meet their basic needs, [...]

Disaster Risk Reduction

April 17th, 2021|0 Comments

Despite international efforts, the increase in natural disaster damage and casualties is growing. Climate change and adaptation, as well as poverty reduction, inclusivity (of women, children, and other vulnerable groups), and sustainable development have all been described as critical factors for such a new disaster risk reduction system, as these are inextricably linked elements of disaster risk reduction. Since the community is the front line of disaster risk management, bottom-up disaster preparedness with an emphasis on enhanced resilience at the community level is critical. While the social and economic aspects [...]

Monitoring and Evaluation for Development

April 17th, 2021|0 Comments

Many development and humanitarian organizations have made monitoring and evaluation (M&E) a top priority. In order to accurately and efficiently assess progress and program effects, advances in assessment methods, metrics, and goals, performance management, and managing for outcomes (impact) have been made in recent years. M&E is essential for designing relevant, efficient, and observable programs and initiatives, as well as monitoring and evaluating the impact of particular activities within target populations on a consistent and effective basis. Monitoring is a continuous process of gathering and reviewing data to see how [...]