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The global Food Security Cluster (gFSC) became operational in April 2011 as the eleventh Global Cluster of the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC). The gFSC is led jointly by the Food and...
This handbook provides information and guidance on how a country-level food security cluster (FSC) can help to ensure an effective, coordinated response by humanitarian organizations to food-...
Flash floods and hill torrents triggered by heavy monsoon rains once again fell across Pakistan in early September 2012, claiming
over 400 lives and causing further widespread damage to...
This document was originally published on the official website of Shelter Cluster at: https://www.sheltercluster.org/.
The minimum standards for...
New training materials and documents on Inter Cluster and Sector Collaboration are presented. The concept is explained using two case studies of close collaboration between the Shelter, WASH,...
This document summarizes all the preparedness and hygenic instructions to be made in order to avoid Cholera infection. Basic warnings on which type of food can help the spread of the disease are...
- 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
- Mine Action
- Shelter and Settlement
- Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
A MIRA is the assessment and analysis of needs carried out during the first two weeks of a sudden onset disaster. It is a multi-sector assessment carried out by key stakeholders which endeavors to...
General review of the humanitarian situation in Zimbabwe and what clusters are currently operating in country.
In a continuation of DLA-2011 and LRA-2012, LRA-2013 is aimed to assess the recovery level of population affected by 2012 floods.
Specific objectives of LRA-2013 include to assess: