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Content Type: Resource
Publisher(s): Oxford University
Date: Feb 2014
Location: Pakistan

A study of the effectiveness and practical application of a range of strategies in primary schools in Pakistan.

Content Type: Resource
Publisher(s): Oxford University
Date: Feb 2014
Location: Indonesia

Tarpaulins, transitional shelters or permanent houses:how does the shelter assistance provided affect the recovery of communities after disaster?

Content Type: Resource

The resource defines;what multi Occupancy shelter is.Why should we be looking at them?Timber frame construction (advantages and disadvantages) 

Content Type: Resource
Publisher(s): CUHK
Date: May 2020
Location: All Countries

This resource can be downloaded at: http://ccouc.org/

This poster intends to empower community to practice health protection behaviours in home self-...

Content Type: Resource
Date: Feb 2014
Location: India

This academic study aims at sensitizing practitioners and stakeholders involved in postdisaster
reconstruction about the advantages of employing renewable energy and
alternative...

Content Type: Resource

Mr. Charles Parrack introduced the Humanitarian Shelter Trainee Scheme (HSTS) developed by CENDEP and Save the Children. This event followed the Shelter Conference that held at Oxford Brookes...

Content Type: Collection
Publisher(s):
Date: Dec 2013
Location: Pakistan

This is a channel presenting some of the shelter sector work in Pakistan, with the objective to facilitate access to reference documents. Within this...

Content Type: Resource
Date: Feb 2014
Location: World

"With growing numbers of displaced people in towns and cities, humanitarian and development actors need to rethink approaches to helping the urban displaced live in security and with dignity...

Content Type: Resource

People affected by natural disasters such as floods, cyclones, earthquakes, volcanoes, and  other calamities often face urgent protection needs that may not be immediately visible to  humanitarian...

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