Key Figures

People in need
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PiN Blanco
1,919,939
In destination 1,027,021
Host Communities 500,678
Col. Returnees 133,167
Pendular 259,073
*In transit 73,916
10 Dec 2020
Target population
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Target Blanco
162,941
In destination 104,566
Host Communities 42,378
Col. Returnees 11,067
Pendular 4,930
*In transit 14,762
10 Dec 2020
Financial Requirements
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Requerimientos financieros
$37.92M
10 Dec 2020
Appealing partners
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partners
54
10 Dec 2020

Gender-based Violence (GBV) Sub-sector

The protection and safety of women, girls and other at-risk groups can be achieved only through collective and sustained action because GBV is addressed best when multiple sectors and organizations work together to create and implement unified prevention, response and risk mitigation strategies. Thus, the Regional GBV Sub-sector, facilitates the coordination and implementation of GBV programming in the 17 countries of the RMRP, including liaison and coordination with other sectors (coalition-building), training and sensitization, strategic planning, and monitoring and evaluation. The sub sector was established in 2018 and operates alongside with other sub-sectors, under the umbrella of the Protection Sector. The Regional Sub-sector is comprised of more than 15 standing member organizations; including UN agencies, government entities, INGOs and NGO implementing GBV programmes within the R4V platform. The sub-sector provides technical support to the national GBV Sub-sectors which extends to the 46 organizations implementing GBV activities within the Refugee and Migrant Response Plan (RMPR). The Subsector has the following overarching objectives: • GBV Coordination at the country level is enhanced to ensure that multiple sectors and organizations work together to create and implement unified prevention, response and risk mitigation strategies • Specialized quality multisectoral GBV services for refugee and migrant Venezuelan GBV survivors are available and prioritized in the overall response. • Informed advocacy positively influences governments and humanitarian actors (including UN, NGOs and CSOs) to prevent and mitigate GBV and respond to the particular needs of Venezuelan GBV survivors • The safety, dignity and well-being, of groups at risk of GBV is enhanced through increased measures to a) mitigate the risk of GBV and b) empower women and girls

Documents

Report
Cover EYR RMRP 2020
RMRP 2020 End-Year Report

End-year report on the activities of the RMRP 2020 in 17 countries of the regional response for Venezuelan refugees and migrants. 

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140
Publicado:
14 July 2021
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RMRP RMRP 2020 end-year report regional
Reporte/Informe
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ONU Mujeres - HIAS: Diagnóstico sobre las brechas para la inclusión financiera de las mujeres en movilidad humana

La presente investigación analiza la importancia de la inclusión financiera para las mujeres, con un enfoque en mujeres en movilidad humana en el país, tomando en consideración que Ecuador alberga un gran número de población migrante de varias nacionalidades, quienes enfrentan altos índices de vulnerabilidades por su condición de desplazamiento. Considerando que el análisis se centra en conocer cuáles son las barreras existentes para que las mujeres puedan acceder a productos y servicios financieros, se realiza la sistematización de algunos documentos de investigación realizados por organizaciones como ONU Mujeres, el Banco de Desarrollo de América Latina CAF, entre otros estudios; develando las abismales brechas que hoy por hoy persisten entre hombres y mujeres en la consecución de sus derechos y sobre todo de sus derechos financieros y de inclusión económica

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5
Publicado:
02 July 2021
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Evaluación Datos y estadísticas Diagnóstico
Training Materials
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How to promote gender equality through impartial and Joint Needs Assessments

Humanitarian crises impact women, girls, men and boys differently and result in variances in needs, resources, capacities, viewpoints and coping strategies. While sex- and age disaggregated data (SADD) are foundational to any gender analysis, SADD in needs assessments alone is not enough to identify and analyse the unique experiences and needs, particularly of women and girls in crises, including systemic and underlying vulnerabilities and forms of marginalization and human rights violations.

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3
Publicado:
01 July 2021
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Assessment
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Let’s change the way we behave -Masculinities workshop 1

What does it mean to be a man? - Masculinities workshop 2

A thousand ways to be a man - Masculinities workshop 3

Workshop Implementation Guide

Material de entrenamiento, Guía
Guía de Implementación del Taller Asincrónico - Campaña Ser Hombre de Mil Maneras
13 Jul 2021

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Sector Contacts

Maria Elena Ariza

UNFPA

[email protected]

 

Olivia Henderson

SAVE THE CHILDREN

[email protected]