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This guidance has been developed to provide practical support to those involved in planning humanitarian programming who seek to be more sensitive to the faith perspectives and resources of the...
This book offers the basic knowledge required for health and mental health workers inthe area of mental health and psychosocial support for populations affected by disasters.
Mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) is a critical component of the United Nations Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health for 2016-2030. It is also a fundamental...
This document provides guidance in the assessment, research, design, implementation and monitoring and evaluation of mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) programmes in emergency settings...
The Shelter and Mental Health Learning Event in May 2021, Doing More and Doing Better, explored the connections between living conditions, Shelter and Settlements activities and mental health to...
This report by the Women's Refugee Commission and the International Rescue Committee provides an overview and analysis of evidence on the impact of cash transfer programming (CTP) on preventing...
This study shows a positive relationship between women physical and mental health and housing conditions.
This document may also be found in the Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action library: https://www.alliancecpha.org/en
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This collection contains guidelines, evaluations, tools and toolboxes regarding the empowering of local livelihoods through cash-based progamming.
The "Protecting Children on the Move: A guide to programming for children affected by migration and displacement" (2018) resource was produced by Save the Children. This guidance was developed...