How sex-and age-disaggregated data and gender and generational analyses can improve humanitarian response.

Author:

Mazurana, D. Benelli, P. & Walker, P.

Editor:

First

Date:

2013

Region:

Theme:

Gender, Disaster and Disaggregated Data

Language:

English

Publisher:

Wiley Online Library

Full Harvard Reference:

Mazurana, D. Benelli, P. & Walker, P. (2013). How sex-and age-disaggregated data and gender and generational analyses can improve humanitarian response. Disasters, Vol. 37(1): 68-82.

The article shows the importance of using sex and age disaggregated data (SADD) to improve humanitarian responses. It argues that SADD helps to better determine the needs of the affected populations and thus, implement a more effective response to the crisis with a greater capacity to save lives and improve livelihoods.