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This document presents data and charts on Child-Centred Disaster Risk Reduction: UNICEF’s experience in China. Development of child-friendly and earthquake-resistant construction standards for...
In case of a burial preparation for a dead body, during the transit and the consequent funeral, the steps described in this handout must be followed to prevent the spread of cholera.
Climate change is one of the great, if not the greatest challenge of the 21st century, and children in developing countries are particularly vulnerable to the increase in severity and frequency of...
Child-centred DRR recognises that children can play an important role in helping their families, villages and communities to reduce the risks associated with natural disasters. Children should be...
- Camp Coordination / Management
- Early Recovery
- Accountability to Affected People
- Emergency Telecommunications
- Food Security
- Mental Health / Psycho Social Support
- Child Protection
- Gender Based Violence
- Housing, Land and Property
- Shelter and Settlement
- Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
Shelter Centre, in collaboration with our host, IFRC...
The "Shelter and Health" Collection aims to explore the linkages between the quality of where people live and the impact thereof upon their health, also linking to protection concerns. The...