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High profile crises are an irresistible call to action for the disaster relief industry. “Its an emergency” becomes our mantra as we readily focus our efforts on the transitory emergency
There are guidelines on humanitarian action in emergencies, including situations of natural disaster. There are also standards on protecting human rights in situations of armed conflict, internal displacement and refugee
Adaptation is a process by which individuals, communities and countries seek to cope with the consequences of climate change. The process of adaptation is not new; the idea of incorporating
These occasional policy briefs are non-papers. They serve as a basis for promoting further discussion and policy analysis in their respective areas.
The whole handbook contains guidance on what to look out for in order to detect corruption and how to create and test an organisation’s prevention mechanisms. Ultimately, because each
How to integrate an analysis of risk into child rights-focused planning and programming. The UNICEF Guidance for Risk-informed Programming (GRIP) is a package of general and sector-specific modules that propose
This is an adaptation of the initial Zamborra background note in the original training package (sessions on assessment, design, monitoring and evaluation) and related roles with a focus on early
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One of the Education Resilience Approaches (ERA) programs first major tools, the Resilience in Education System (RES) 360 degree rapid assessment helps both national education institutions (e.g. Ministries of Education)
The Global Education Cluster commissioned a comprehensive lessons learned exercise in Pakistan, covering the period from the start of the floods in July until March. This report outlines the main