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Recovery from COVID-19 is an opportunity for gender equality

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The establishment of a multi-risk early warning system in Africa

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2020 saw a significant increase in flooding

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Alert from UN Secretary-General António Guterres

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The food crisis, one of the consequences of the pandemic

CORONAVIRUS AWARENESS CAMPAIGN

The coronavirus has already killed more than 191,000 people around the world, and continues to plague more than 200 countries affected. Africa is not spared by this pandemic.

Lab-Masaka joins all the organizations, associations and public authorities to fight against this virus with an awareness campaign aimed at the populations to better protect themselves by respecting the gestures and barriers of prevention.

ABOUT LAB MASAKA

Masaka, an incubator of solutions and innovations in the humanitarian sector, disaster risk reduction and management Africa.

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WHERE WE WORK

An incubator of humanitarian solutions and innovations driven by communities and local organizations in Africa.
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ACTIONS

Discover the different actions carried out by the Research and Innovation Laboratory on the future of humanitarian aid and the institutionalization of disaster risk management in Africa.

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AREAS OF INTERVENTION

LAB-MASAKA intervenes in several areas: Humanitarian, Social and solidarity economy, Climate change, Community health, Public policies and Social protection, Influence, advocacy, lobbying and budget monitoring by community actors and CSOs ...
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APPROACH

Masaka, an incubator of solutions and innovations in the humanitarian sector, disaster risk reduction and management Africa.

Discover the organization, mission and development objectives of the NGO
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LOCATION

In addition to enabling a more effective and efficient humanitarian response, the long-term goal of "localization" is to strengthen the resilience of crisis-affected communities by linking with development activities. This redefinition involves processes driven by the community and local actors, communities but also local organizations, the State and its branches. Masaka Laboratory as a technical actor and process catalyst.
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LEADERSHIP AND COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION
Processes driven by and for the community to meet their needs with their abilities, knowledge and resources and break the cycle of dependency. Echoing the voice and influence of communities for a better world. This is the approach of Laboratoire Masaka in the new humanitarian architecture which is being reconfigured.

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RESILIENCE

The Masaka Laboratory is committed in its mission to promoting the efforts and success of communities in risk and disaster management as a sustainable solution combining the intelligent use of endogenous knowledge as modern technologies. It is about valuing and capitalizing resilience for and by communities and local actors no longer as an object or subject of humanitarian action but as managers and decision-makers with local resources.