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Date: Nov 2018
Location: All Countries

Planning for recovery is integral to preparing for emergencies and as such, in support of the Recovery Plan, a number of guidelines and supporting documents are available to assist...

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Date: Jul 2008

The speaker presented an overview of the work undertaken by the Humanitarian Response Review (HRR) and the Inter Agency Standing Committee (IASC) Emergency Shelter Working Group including:

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Case study wrote by Philip Hirsch and Khamla Phanvilay that deals with community-based natural resource management and watershed resource conflict in Lao PDR. These crucial points enter in the...

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Publisher(s): UKaid
Date: Feb 2014
Location: World

The problem is that the evidence for how conflict and disasters interrelate is fractured, highly context-specific and poorly understood (see Annex 1 for an assessment of the evidence base). Do...

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Damage Assessment is a preliminary onsite evaluation of  conflict or natural disasters.  They document the extent of damage, what can be replaced, restored or salvaged. It may also...

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Date: Nov 2018
Location: All Countries

This collection looks at series of documents related to conflict and disaster and how the different commuinty have been coping up.

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These guidelines are intended as a multi-sectorial tool for assistance to people affected by conflict and natural disaster, both as displaced individuals and as host communities. Particular...

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Publisher(s): UN - HABITAT
Date: Oct 2018
Location: Global

 This Guideline is an outcome of the deliberations of the workshop. This guideline will serve as a “ready-reckoner” for post-disaster and post-conflict recovery programme implementers. At the same...

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Date: Nov 2018
Location: All Countries

The term ‘self-recovery’ in the humanitarian shelter sector refers to the process whereby disaster-affected households repair, build or rebuild their shelter themselves or through local...

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 Since more than 20 years refugees are living in 9 refugee camps along the Thai-Myanmar border. The refugee have established refugee organised governance structures to self-govern the refugee...

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