The GRRIPP Project Factsheets contain an overview of each project's objectives, actions, outcomes and impact.
The Factsheets displayed below are organised into GRRIPP's three regions (Africa, South Asia, and Latin America & the Caribbean), then alphabetically by country and project title. The Factsheets represent the projects participating in the GRRIPP international seminars, hosted in London:
8 Feb 2023: Care and Livelihoods in Times of Crisis.
23 March 2023: Gender and Intersectional Approaches to Resilience
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AFRICA PROJECT FACTSHEETS
This project breaks cycles of disenfranchisement and vulnerability. Under our Self-Actualisation Model of Empowerment (SAME), FIDA-U provides financial literacy and legal assistance to women, promotes financial independence, and reduces vulnerability to exploitation and violence.
MACHITENDA WOMEN ECONOMIC RIDERS
Echoes of Humanity
Rural community development will remain a challenge unless women are at the forefront of economic opportunities. This project has sought to empower women through the community construction of a solar power station and supporting electric trike business opportunities.
SOUTH ASIA PROJECT FACTSHEETS
“DRR, HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE AND INTERSECTIONALITY” CURRICULUM
Bangladesh University of Professionals
Curriculum development on Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) is an important way to impart relevant knowledge about disasters and crises and contribute to the development of innovative programmes and interventions that respond to the needs of affected communities.
REIMAGINING WOMEN'S WORK
Women workers in the informal sectors of Jharkhand and West Bengal have faced an unending cascade of crises in recent years. This project sought to to
understand how to support women workers adjust to a post-pandemic world, and expand potential for alternative livelihoods and increased access to a social security net.
TOWARDS HUMAN RIGHTS AND ITS VIOLATION EXPULSION
In rural Bangladesh, the birth of a girl child is often not welcomed by the parents. Studies reveal that boys have better access to food, clothing, education and other basic rights compared to girl children. This project aimed to bring about a positive change in women’s rights and opportunities
GENDER, DISABILITY AND PANDEMIC
Women with disabilities often face double discrimination because of the intersection of multiple marginalised identities, particularly gender and disability. This project sought to assess the role of local government in reducing disparities and creating a resilient environment for women with disabilities.
INFUSING GENDER CONSCIOUSNESS IN DISASTER PEDAGOGIES
This project infuses gender consciousness in disaster pedagogies, education and research.
Activities have included strengthening gender perspectives in disaster education through producing robust guidelines to integrate gender consciousness into disaster management curriculums.
LATIN AMERICA & THE CARIBBEAN PROJECT FACTSHEETS
FESTIVAL QUILOMBO OF CATUCÁ
Cultural Centre Quilombo of Catucá
The Art & Cultural Festival of Quilombo of Catucá promotes the articulation of the Afro-descendant population living in Camaragibe, Brazil. The project has organised educational, cultural, and artistic activities based on the approach of the cosmovision of the African matrix of Candomblé.
ECOSYSTEMS IN DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT
The depth of water access inequality became clear during the Covid-19 pandemic. This affects women directly, as traditional roles and gender stereotypes continue to overburden women with water-related domestic and caregiving tasks. This project contributed to strengthening local women actors in the right to water and the protection of ecosystems.
INTEGRATING GENDER & LGTBIQ+ IN LOCAL DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT
Despite advances in disaster risk reduction management in Chile, local governments and organised communities need more support and encouragement from national entities to integrate it effectively. This project promoted gender equality and the inclusion of diverse populations in local disaster risk management.
REGENERATIVE COSMONUCLEATION AND ENCHANTMENT
Newtork of Traditional Cosmonucleadas
Food, agriculture, and traditional medicine are the basis of the way of life in the communities and territories in Pernambuco. This project promoted the exchange of traditional knowledge on food and medicine to address gender and territorial inequalities that mainly affect Black and Indigenous populations in Pernambuco.