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This collection of shelter training sessions relates to planning humanitarian shelter operations including: Developing a shelter strategy; Climatic design; Seasons, capacities and funding;...

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Date: Feb 2014
Location: World

Resource video manual appertaining to the open source one-week training on shelter and settlements, developed by Shelter Centre and funded by USAID/OFDA.

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Date: Apr 2010

 

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Publisher(s): Shelter Centre
Date: Jul 2008

The notes below are a summary of the session made by Shelter Centre rapporteurs. They do not represent the final dates or topics for the upcoming Shelter Meeting 06b: once confirmed, details...

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Date: Feb 2014

Resource video manual appertaining to the open source One-Week Training on Shelter and Settlements, developed by Shelter Centre and funded by USAID/OFDA.

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Date: Feb 2014
Location: World

Resource video manual appertaining to the open source one-week training on shelter and settlements, developed by Shelter Centre and funded by USAID/OFDA.

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Date: Jun 2014
Location: World

The guidelines in this book offer a common planning tool for developing and implementing settlement and shelter strategies for people affected by conflict or natural disaster. 

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Date: Feb 2014
Location: World

The key learning objectives of this session include: 1. be able to specify the difference between shelter and settlement. 2. identify the humanitarian emergency settlement assistance (different...

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Date: Jan 2014
Location: World

Learning Objectives: By the end of this session participants should: 1. have a good understanding of principles and standards and their application in the humanitarian context. 2. identify and...

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Date: Feb 2014
Location: World

Key Learning Objectives: By the end of this session participants should: 1. Understand how implementation falls within the post-disaster phases 2. Have an understanding of the steps to follow to...

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