CARE Emergency Toolkit: Gender
Crises have different impacts on women, girls, boys and men. People face different risks based on their age and sex, and they will often highlight different concerns and bring different perspectives, experiences, and solutions to the challenges faced. The need for assistance and protection will vary.
Our activities during a humanitarian response can increase and reinforce, or reduce, existing inequalities. Integrating gender into every stage of a response is therefore a core part of CARE achieving their humanitarian mandate.
CARE's Emergency Toolkit serves as an overview of Gender in Emergencies, and includes CARE's key tools such as their Rapid Gender Analysis Toolkit, Gender Marker Toolkit, and CARE's GiB Guidance Note.