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SPOTLIGHT ON POLITICAL PARTICIPATION

Dear Disability Inclusion Network colleagues,Welcome to the October edition of the GIZ Disability Inclusion Network newsletter! This time, we put a spotlight on political participation and provide an update on other current GIZ activities around disability inclusion.

Submission on the Zero Draft ‘Study on the Impact of Climate Change on Human and Peoples’ Rights in Africa’ prepared by the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights

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Program Officer, Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights (SRH-R) Program

Main Purpose of the JobTo run with the SRH-R thematic work both administratively and technically; and support day-to-day implementation of the project in the respective districts, with a particular focus on supporting rights holders (AGYWD) and partners to undertake their awareness raising and SHR service referral activities. The programme officer will act as the We

TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR DEVELOPING A NEXUS BETWEEN ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION GBV AND DISABILITY, AND TRAINING WOMEN AND GIRLS WITH DISABITIES, PARALEGALS, MALE ACTIVISTS AND IDIWA STAFF ON GENDER TRANSFORMATIVE APPROACHES TO GBV PROGRAMMING AND DISABILITY INCLUSION

JustificationEnvironmental conservation/climate change, Gender Transformative Approaches, GBV, Livelihoods and Disability inclusion are components that can lead to conflicts in communities and mostly to the women and girls with disabilities if not well addressed. It is against this backdrop that IDIWA is organizing a three-days’ consultative meeting to develop a nexus between Environmental Conservation, GBV and

IDIWA ANNUAL REPORT 2022

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A MIDTERM EVALUATION REPORT : ELIMINATING SGBV AGAINST WGD’S PROJECT IN MAYUGE DISTRICT

Integrated Disabled Women Activities (IDIWA) undertook an evaluation of its work in the Elimination of Sexual and Gender Based Violence (E-SGBV) against Women and Girls with Disabilities (WGDs) project through an external evaluator. The evaluation covered a period of one and half years from the commencement of the project in Jan 2020. The project was