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Date: Feb 2014
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Selection of documents about the interaction between civilian and military actors in humanitarian emergencies and the role of army in Pakistan.

Content Type: Resource
Publisher(s): InterAction
Date: Oct 2014

 The Shelter and Settlement Working Group presents its focus and activities for the coming year and opportunities for collaboration.

Content Type: Resource

This presentation covered topics including:

1. Urban disasters
2. HLP
3. Cash Programming
4. DRR working group/protection working group
5. WB-Cities and flooding...

Content Type: Resource
Publisher(s): InterAction
Date: Nov 2011

A presentation of the activities of  'Shelter and Settlements Working Group' was given by Mr. Mohamed Hilmi from InterAction.

The structure and size of the working group and the...

Content Type: Resource
Publisher(s): InterAction
Date: Oct 2017
Location: World
Content Type: Resource
Publisher(s): Interaction SSWG
Date: Feb 2014
Location: World

This update on the Shelter and Settlements Working group looks at the recent activities and plan for work in 2012/2013.

Content Type: Resource
Publisher(s): InterAction
Date: Feb 2014

For decades, aid actors have widely acknowledged the importance of facilitating effective transitions from relief to development and grappled with the operational and policy challenges of...

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This report discusses why so many people still leave in camps on Haiti, even two years after the disaster.

Content Type: Resource
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Date: Feb 2014
Location: Pakistan

This article looks at the interaction between the
humanitarian community and the Pakistan military in responding to the 2010
floods in order to identify key successes and challenges....

Content Type: Resource
Publisher(s): InterAction
Date: Feb 2014
Location: Africa, Pakistan

The 2010 Pakistan floods called for the largest ever humanitarian appeal from the United Nations, with over 20 million people affected and nearly 1.8 million houses damaged or destroyed. The...

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