This paper is a first step towards bridging the knowledge gap on how men, women and children with disabilities are disproportionately affected in disaster settings.
It explains why better data disaggregated by disability is essential to fostering more inclusive responses. It also emphasizes the key role people with disabilities can play in improving disaster planning, risk management and data collection on displacement, and highlights examples of tools and promising practices to guide governments and aid providers.
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