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Publisher(s): Public Health England
Date: Jun 2020
Location: All Countries

This document can also be found on the Official website of The British Government at https://www.gov.uk
This is guidance on the use of personal protective...

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Date: Nov 2019

Ensure that alternative care is a necessary, suitable and positive experience for children, with this free online course.

Content Type: Collection
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Date: Jan 2014
Location: World

A Collection for CARE International's Emergency Shelter Team. The team is hosted by CARE International UK and supports CARE's shelter work worldwide.

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Publisher(s): CARE International UK
Date: Apr 2019
Location: Philippines

CARE Philippines responded to the devastation of the November 2013...

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This document may also be found in the Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action library: https://alliancecpha.org/ and the Better Care Network...

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Publisher(s): CARE International UK
Date: Apr 2019
Location: All Countries

When emergencies strike, CARE works to meet people’s basic shelter needs: protection from the elements, security and a base for their livelihoods. CARE’s approach to shelter creates an enabling...

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News and Press Release report on situation post-Haruna.

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Publisher(s): CARE International
Date: Nov 2011

This presentation is a global overview of the projects implemented by CARE from 2005, which involved 48 countries all over the globe. The post-disaster situation due...

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This document may also be found in the University of Strathclyde Glasgow library: https://www.strath.ac.uk
In this free online course, professor Graham...

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Publisher(s): CARE International
Date: May 2019
Location: Bangladesh

To assess the quality and accountability of CARE Bangladesh's response to the cyclone, using relevant OECD-DAC evaluation criteria, CARE/B's Emergency Strategies and CARE/B's draft Humanitarian...

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