Humanitarian response in conflict zones

This collection comprises technical guidelines, handbooks and reports regarding humanitarian response in conflict zones. The resources in this collection serves as a useful reference source for humanitarian practitioners and therefore enhances better access to civilian populations in need. It also contains guidelines for humanitarian actors involved in helping civilians with food, medical supplies, shelter, water and sanitation. These resources were published by leading global organisations such as Diakonia International Humanitarian Law Centre, UNHRC and WHO

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Conflict in Pakistan

This collection addresses the following topics among others: a- Gulf States and the Conflict between India and Pakistan which is an academic seeking to provide fresh insights and solutions about the conflict between India and Pakistan; always in the same kind of conflict topic, we have The Cost of Conflict in Pakistan for having specific insights of the costs of conflict accrued by the Pakistani state and people as a result of their participation in US-led War on Terror. ; b- Peacebuilding in Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) of Pakistan: Conflict Management at State Level, a document dealing with three dimensions of widespread violence in the area; c- We also have sectarian conflict-topics such as  Shiism and Sectarian Conflict in Pakistan; Sectarian Conflicts in Pakistan…

Women & Girls: HIV/AIDS in Conflict and Post-Conflict Situations

This Collection focuses on how women and children are affected by HIV/AIDS in conflict and post-conflict situations. The resources herein acknowledge the vulnerability of women and children and examine how situations such as rape, GBV, and conflicts can increase the risks of HIV/AIDS. 

Understanding Community Resilience After Conflict and Disaster

The "Understanding Community Resilience After Conflict and Disaster" Collection aims to create a better understanding around community resilience after conflict and disaster. The areas covered range from, environmental risks and sustainability, community resilience, disaster risk management, private sector engagement, urban disasters and redevelopment, coping with floods, disease management, environmental sustainability, and mainstreaming disaster risk reduction in the education sector. These resources compile knowledge on a variety of sources, mainly South East Asia and South Asia, but also Latin American countries such as Haiti.