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Learning toolkit - Disability Data in Humanitarian Action

Humanity & Inclusion

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

From July 2016 to March 2019, Humanity & Inclusion has been piloting a project funded by UK aid from the UK government on Disability Data in Humanitarian Action.

The project conducted an action research to understand how the Washington Group Questions (WGQs) functioned in humanitarian contexts. The action-research findings have been used to create a new, interactive, easily accessible learning toolkit consisting of an e-learning and a face-to-face training pack on how to plan for and use the WGQs. It is supplemented with practical guidance and resources.

The learning toolkit is available to download on the webpage of the project (below) and the e-learning is available on: DisasterReady and Kaya connect (accesible for mobile phones and tablets)
 

Resource type: toolkit

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