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22 Jun 2020 | (UK time) 5:00 - 6:00pm

This webinar will share Empowered Aid's Phase I findings and recommendations on reducing risks of sexual exploitation and abuse when accessing humanitarian aid in Lebanon and Uganda. Utilizing participatory action research, Empowered Aid engaged a group of refugee women and girls to share their lived experiences with aid delivery and provide recommendations on how to make distribution and access to aid safer. The research was conducted in partnership with CARE International in Lebanon and the International Rescue Committee in Uganda. 

To learn more about Empowered Aid, and access the results reports, full set of policy briefs, and accompanying tools and resources visit globalwomensinstitute.gwu.edu/empowered-aid. 


Featuring reflections from team members: 

GWI: Alina Potts (PI), Research Scientist & Elizabeth Hedge, Empowered Aid Research Associate 

CARE Lebanon: Loujine Fattal, Empowered Aid Research Manager & Farah Hallak, Empowered Aid Project Officer 

IRC Uganda: Fatuma Nafish, Empowered Aid Project Officer


Registration required: https://bit.ly/2MRNXUu  

The timing given is Moscow Standard Time. To find out when this webinar is held in your time zone, please click here. 

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