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Content Type: Resource
Publisher(s): InterAction
Date: Jul 2022
Location: Global

This was the presentation that opened Shelter Meeting 22. Here, InterAction looks at how convening of the Shelter and Settlements Working group has evolved over 10 years. The presenters illustrate...

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Date: Dec 2019
Location: Global

Welcome to the Project Cycle Management interactive platform of the Swiss Development Cooperation SDC. The platform offers you a selection of self-study options, enabling you to build on your...

Content Type: Resource
Date: Jun 2020
Location: USA

This document can also be found on the official website of U.S. Geological Survay at https://pubs.usgs.gov/
This paper presents case histories of dams...

Content Type: Resource
Publisher(s): InterAction
Date: Feb 2020
Location: Global

Losing their home in a disaster or conflict had a profound psychological impact on people over 80.

Content Type: Resource
Publisher(s): USAIDInterAction
Date: Feb 2020
Location: Global

Affordable and Adequate housing assistance can lead to: reduced emotional stress, fewer doctor's visits, increased happiness, 

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Publisher(s): USAIDInterAction
Date: Feb 2020
Location: Global

After receiving shelter, people feel more in control and have better decision-making capacities.

Content Type: Resource
Publisher(s): USAIDInterAction
Date: Feb 2020
Location: Global

Building 1 affordable home can create 5 direct jobs and up to 8 indirect jobs. 

Content Type: Resource
Publisher(s): USAIDInterAction
Date: Feb 2020
Location: Global

46.2% of Ethiopian shelter recipients saw a increase in income and better access to food

Content Type: Resource
Publisher(s): USAIDInterAction
Date: Feb 2020
Location: Global

Shelter and settlements are also often used as a financial institution, a factory, a meeting place, a granary

Content Type: Resource
Publisher(s): USAIDInterAction
Date: Feb 2020
Location: Global

In Nigeria, the rate of under 5 mortality in adequate housing was 40% lower than for those living in inadequate housing.

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