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Introduction: CBHFA is a global tool that is used in over 125 National Societies globally by over 7 million volunteers. CBHFA is under revision to ensure technical accuracy as well as embedding critical principles of behaviour change, psychosocial support and protection, gender and inclusion across all content. The Community Health team of IFRC Geneva is in the process of revising the full package of CBHFA materials for a global audience with 9 modules currently developed and another 8 remaining to be developed or finalised. Each modules’ materials consist of:
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Final Evaluation of Sri Lanka Floods Operation 2016-2017
Purpose: The purpose of the evaluation is to assess SLRCS disaster preparedness and response capacities during the 2016 & 2017 flood operations; MDRLK005 and MDRLK006. Furthermore, effectiveness, timeliness, and impact of the cash transfer programmes implemented is also to be assessed.