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In health and humanitarian situations, delivery is about ensuring that the needs of people affected are effectively met and the needs of women and men are best met when their specific gender needs are identified and addressed. This course is designed to assist programme and, in particular, supply chain staff to understand how to truly meet the needs of both genders in health and humanitarian situations.

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Who should attend

This course is especially aimed at supply chain and programme staff who work directly with intended aid recipients in the development and humanitarian sectors.

Course objective

The course objective is to raise participants’ awareness of gender issues in the supply chain, and enable them to integrate a gender perspective into project design and the management cycle to ensure aid is distributed adequately and sensitively.

Learning outcomes

By the end of this course, participants will be able to

  • describe what is meant by mainstreaming gender in the supply chain
  • identify the key challenges in implementing gender approaches in the supply chain
  • Evaluate case studies to clarify gender related issues
  • apply gender approaches in supply chain operations
  • influence decision makers


Registration costs $400 USD per person, tax inc. The registration fee covers three days’ virtual training with an expert facilitator.

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