The Gendered Dimensions of Armed Conflict on Children in Sub-Saharan Africa

Analysing the risks and consequences of armed conflict on children from a gendered perspective makes visible the differentiated ways in which girls, boys and children of diverse sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions, and sex characteristics (SOGIESC) experience conflict. This gender analysis will guide the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of Save the Children’s Protecting Children in Conflict (PCiC) programme, primarily through the development of a 2020-2023 Gender Strategy - a roadmap to operationalising Save the Children’s global Gender Equality Policy across all six outcome areas of PCiC programming in Sub-Saharan Africa. 


Published 2021-07-07

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