Other Situations of Violence in the Northern Triangle of Central America: Invisible Borders, Vicious Spirals, and the Normalisation of Terror (Executive Summary)

Report
from Assessment Capacities Project
Published on 28 May 2014

The aim of this study is to:

  • Improve understanding of the key humanitarian impacts of violence on the lives of the affected population, using a multi-sectoral approach and considering both direct and indirect effects.

  • Identify and propose specific sectoral indicators to measure these impacts, identifying available sources at national or regional level.

  • Provide an analytical framework that will help humanitarian actors decide the relevance of a humanitarian response based on the situation of the affected population, humanitarian access, and existing response capacities at the national and international level.