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Content Type: Resource
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Date: Feb 2014
Location: Nepal

Contingency Plan for the coordinatino of emergency shelter and non-food items

Content Type: Resource
Date: Feb 2014
Location: World

This Manual has been designed as a guide to assist the Environmental Health (EH) sector in the development of contingency plans for flood events. It outlines the basic steps in the contingency...

Content Type: Resource
Date: Feb 2014
Location: World

The following guidelines seek to provide practical guidance for Humanitarian Country Teams, composed of UN Agencies and other International Organizations, the International Red Cross and Red...

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Publisher(s): Oxfam International
Date: Feb 2014
Location: Afghanistan

The report discusses the status of Afghanistan’s refugees, their dislocation’, shelter, and
crisis.

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Disaster waste is a well-recognized threat to health, safety and the environment, and can
also be a major impediment to post-disaster rescue operations.

Experience shows that disaster...

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These guidelines have been prepared with the intention to support disaster recovery programmes with clear, pragmatic, guidance on how to handle large volumes of debris following disasters and on...

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This issue of the journal 'Humanitairan Exchange', has a special feature which focuses on the humanitarian crisis in the Sahel region of Africa, where aid agencies estimate that more...

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Supporting humanitarian capacity building, this collection presents key documents relating to law, principles, standards and codes. This collection should be used in conjunction with national...
Content Type: Resource
Sector(s):
Date: Feb 2014
Location: Pakistan

This paper empirically analyzes three dimensions of
wide spread violence in the area. First, it maps the current research
and views on the nature of violence in FATA. Second, it...

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