Gender equality and inclusion are placed at the core of all NDRMF operations. NDRMF is committed to achieving gender equality and inclusiveness by ensuring promotion and protection of human rights of women, girls, boys, men and PWDs in risk and risk-free environments. All genders, irrespective of their religious and ethnic affiliation, cast and creed and/or any disability, they equally participate in project cycle management as well as, equally benefit from projects financed through NDRMF.
Gender mainstreaming is fundamental to NDRMF’S objectives and guiding principles, including through engaging women and men of all ages as stakeholders in the design, development and implementation of strategies and activities to be financed. The first Gender Toolkit prepared by National Disaster Risk Management Fund (NDRMF) was aimed to ensure gender integration through programming and projects financed by NDRMF.This toolkit includes guidance on how to undertake a gender analysis, what needs to be done to ensure gender is mainstreamed at different stages of project cycle, how gender can be integrated into the Results Framework, data collection, and usage for enhanced impacts, and effective performance measurement mechanisms contributing to overall improved compliance monitoring.
NDRMF is a government-owned not-for-profit institution registered with the Securities & Exchange Commission of Pakistan under Section 42