Women Friendly Spaces - overcoming the suspicion - Bangladesh

Women Friendly Spaces can provide women with much needed respite and support in humanitarian situations. However, community attitudes and suspicion must be sometimes overcome before some women can safely join.

In Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, CARE has been working to overcome some of these barriers for Rohingya refugees, ensuring the women have somewhere to gather, seek information and find refuge among each other. 

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Localising a Humanitarian Response in a Fragile Context: The PNG Church Partners’ Response to the Highlands Earthquake - Papua New Guinea

The CAN DO network shares the important role played by Papua New Guinea churches is response to the 2018 Highlands Earthquake. With a presence in many of the affected communities, the churches came together and played a critical and central role in the earthquake response efforts - demonstrating the importance and value of localised humanitarian responses.

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