Cluster coordination - essential actions on disability inclusion

A short guide

 Ali, 6, a disabled boy from Herat, Afghanistan, participates in activities at an informal learning center for refugees


Cluster coordinators and information managers play a pivotal role in coordinating and supporting partners to identify and address the needs, priorities, risks, and capacities of children and adults with disabilities, to make humanitarian responses person-centered, safe, and accessible for all throughout the Humanitarian Programme Cycle.  

This document outlines essential actions to ensure that disability inclusion is embedded across cluster coordination systems and processes. 

This short guide is part of the Toolbox on including children with disabilities in humanitarian action which provides a package of operational tools to strengthen disability-inclusive disability inclusion in emergencies based on the Core Commitments for Children in Humanitarian Action (CCCs). 


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