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18 May 2018 description

En bref

La République Démocratique du Congo (RDC) fait actuellement face à une crise humanitaire d’un niveau sans précédent. Cette crise, caractérisée par une aggravation du conflit et une forte insécurité alimentaire, a forcé des millions de Congolais à fuir en espérant trouver une protection et de quoi se nourrir. La majorité des déplacés sont des femmes et des enfants, dont une très grande majorité est exposée à plusieurs formes de Violence Basé sur le Genre (VBG).

18 May 2018 description

OVERVIEW

This document provides an overview of the logistics services to be made available through the Logistics Cluster, how humanitarian actors responding to the Syria crisis may access these services, and the conditions under which these services are to be provided.

16 May 2018 description
report REACH Initiative

General Objective

To strengthen the education sector’s evidence-based approach to addressing issues in access and quality of education in across accessible opposition-controlled areas in Syria and inform effective response planning by the Education in Emergency Working Group (EiEWG) for sub-districts in Aleppo, Ar-Raqqa, Dar’a, Deir-ez-Zor, Hama, Al-Hasakeh, Idleb, and Quneitra.

Specific Objective(s)

The specific objectives of the education assessment are to identify:

16 May 2018 description

Designed by the Shelter/NFI technical working group - recommended by the Shelter and NFI sector

15 May 2018 description

Executive summary

Long-term planning for an adequate and safe supply of drinking-water should be set in the context of growing external uncertainties arising from changes in the climate and environment. The water safety plan (WSP) process offers a systematic framework to manage these risks by considering the implications of climate variability and change.

15 May 2018 description

OVERVIEW

This document provides an overview of the logistics services to be made available through the Logistics Sector, how humanitarian actors responding in Bangladesh may access these services, and the conditions under which these services are to be provided.

14 May 2018 description
report World Bank, GFDRR

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The most effective decision-making takes place when it is informed by reliable data. Pillar 3 of the Open Data for Resilience Initiative (OpenDRI) seeks to support the appropriate use of data in decision-making in a range of resilience planning, risk reduction, financing, preparedness, and recovery contexts. OpenDRI does this by supporting the adoption of tools and processes which support engagement, risk visualization, and communication.

10 May 2018 description

Making forest concessions more transparent, accountable and pro-poor

First voluntary guidelines for forest concessions in the tropics launched

10 May 2018, Rome/New York - The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) launched today the first voluntary guidelines for forest concessions in the tropics to make concessions more transparent, accountable and inclusive - all for the benefit of some of the poorest and most isolated communities in the world.

10 May 2018 description

This document sets out a new strategic direction and priorities for the HIF for 2018-2020. It is informed by an independent Evaluation of the HIF’s performance to date and a review of the humanitarian innovation landscape. It is aligned to the strategic evolution of Elrha as an organisation.

10 May 2018 description

Humanitarian protection is about improving safety, well-being and dignity for crisis-affected populations. Protection refers not only to what we do, but also the way we do it. These principles include:

  • Do not cause further harm or create new risk of harm

  • Nondiscriminatory access to assistance and services

  • Identify the most vulnerable and their specific needs

  • Safe and dignified access to basic services

  • Community participation and empowerment

10 May 2018 description

Humanitarian protection is about improving safety, well-being and dignity for crisis-affected populations. Protection refers not only to what we do, but also the way we do it. These principles include:

  • Do not cause further harm or create new risk of harm

  • Nondiscriminatory access to assistance and services

  • Identify the most vulnerable and their specific needs

  • Safe and dignified access to basic services

  • Community participation and empowerment

10 May 2018 description

Humanitarian protection is about improving safety, well-being and dignity for crisis-affected populations. Protection refers not only to what we do, but also the way we do it. These principles include:

  • Do not cause further harm or create new risk of harm

  • Nondiscriminatory access to assistance and services

  • Identify the most vulnerable and their specific needs

  • Safe and dignified access to basic services

  • Community participation and empowerment

10 May 2018 description

Humanitarian protection is about improving safety, well-being and dignity for crisis-affected populations. Protection refers not only to what we do, but also the way we do it. These principles include:

  • Do not cause further harm or create new risk of harm

  • Nondiscriminatory access to assistance and services

  • Identify the most vulnerable and their specific needs

  • Safe and dignified access to basic services

  • Community participation and empowerment

10 May 2018 description

Humanitarian protection is about improving safety, well-being and dignity for crisis-affected populations. Protection refers not only to what we do, but also the way we do it. These principles include:

  • Do not cause further harm or create new risk of harm

  • Nondiscriminatory access to assistance and services

  • Identify the most vulnerable and their specific needs

  • Safe and dignified access to basic services

  • Community participation and empowerment

10 May 2018 description

Humanitarian protection is about improving safety, well-being and dignity for crisis-affected populations. Protection refers not only to what we do, but also the way we do it. These principles include:

  • Do not cause further harm or create new risk of harm

  • Nondiscriminatory access to assistance and services

  • Identify the most vulnerable and their specific needs

  • Safe and dignified access to basic services

  • Community participation and empowerment