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Content Type: Resource
Sector(s):
Date: Feb 2014
Location: Yemen

A tip sheet with a general logistics and planning map of Yemen

Content Type: Resource
Sector(s):
Date: Jan 1970
Location: Pakistan

This tip sheet is designed to assist clusters and their project teams in assigning a gender code to their humanitarian projects using the IASC Gender Marker. Each project is awarded a gender code...

Content Type: Resource
Publisher(s):
Date: Feb 2014
Location: Burundi

Model of possible architecture of buildings that can be used in Burundi.

Content Type: Resource
Publisher(s): Canadian Red Cross
Date: Feb 2014
Location: Indonesia

A guide book for personal safety in the field during a disaster with special reference to Indonesia. It addresses safety during earthquakes, tsunamis, floods and volcanic eruptions.

Content Type: Resource
Sector(s):
Date: Feb 2014
Location: Haiti

This 1-page handout displays the transitional shelter designed by Handicap International for use in Haiti.

Content Type: Resource

Information sheet for the emergency perparedness and response programme

Content Type: Resource
Publisher(s): Be a Hero
Date: Feb 2014
Location: Mozambique

General Information for Disaster Relief Teams to Mozambique, providing assistance with Iris Ministries in the flood/cyclone disaster relief conducted from Quelimane/Morrumbala, Caia/Dondo,
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Content Type: Resource
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Publisher(s): Prevention Web
Date: Feb 2014
Location: Burundi

This risk profile is an analysis of the mortality and economic loss risk for three weather-related hazards: tropical cyclones, floods and landslides. In addition new insights have been gained into...

Content Type: Resource

The brochure was prepared to warn Haitians about the possibility of coming wind related hazards as well as to provide them with basic guidelines for mitigation.

Content Type: Resource

The brochure was prepared to warn Haitians about the possibility of coming wind related hazards as well as to provide them with basic guidelines for mitigation.

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