By the end of the module, you should be able to:
- Explain what information is needed to design, implement and monitor an inclusive humanitarian response
- Describe the types of data that are needed to meet these information needs
- Explain how to use data on persons with disabilities to design an inclusive response using a twin track approach
- Define specific indicators for disability inclusion and identify indicators to be disaggregated by disability
- Describe approaches to monitoring access to assistance by persons with disabilities
- Identify actions to be taken by coordination teams to improve coordination on disability inclusion, including through partnership with OPDs
This module targets primarily Cluster/AoR Coordination Teams (coordinators and IMOs). This module is also suitable for staff of organisations members of any cluster/sector/AoR; or disability actors interested in engaging in humanitarian coordination.
It should take you about 50 minutes to complete this self-paced course.
This course is composed of a single short self-paced animated module, including various examples and activities.
Lesson 1: Information needed to inform an inclusive response
Lesson 2: Designing an inclusive response
Lesson 3: Monitoring disability inclusion
Lesson 4: Coordinating an inclusive response