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2009 UNISDR Terminology on Disaster Risk Reduction. English

United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction, (2009)

The English terminology, and its translations into Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, and Spanish, are available on the UNISDR website at: and on PreventionWeb at:

Guidance for Mainstreaming Accountability to Affected Population and Core People-Related Issues in the Humanitarian Programme Cycle Through the Cluster System

UN Children's Fund, Nutrition Cluster, (2016)

This guidance aims to support national clusters to implement their commitments on AAP and core people-related issues both before the beginning of a response (preparedness) and thereafter, throughout the Humanitarian Programme Cycle (HPC)


UN Children's Fund, Nutrition Cluster, Eds.: Oxfam, HelpAge, Save the Children, et al., (2016)

Community Preparedness: REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH and GENDER

Women's Refugee Commission, (2015)

This provisional Facilitator's Kit provides a complete framework for a 3-day training on Community Preparedness for Reproductive Health and Gender. The goal is to build community capacity to prepare and respond to risks and inequities faced by women and girls during emergencies.

Awareness and Prepaparedness for E mergencies at Local Level

UN Environment Programme, (2015)

A process for improving community awareness and preparedness for technological hazards and environmental emergencies

Introduction to Disaster Preparedness

IFRC - International Federation of Red Cross/ Red Cresent Societies, (2000)

Disaster Preparedness Training Programme

Classification and minimum standards for Foreign Medical Teams in sudden onset disasters

World Health Organization (WHO) ; Global Health Cluster, (2013)

The document introduces a simple classification, minimums standards and a registration form for Foreign Medical Teams (FMTs) that may provide surgical and trauma care arriving within the aftermath of a sudden onset disaster. These can serve as tools to improve the coordination of the foreign medical team response, and be the reference for registration on arrival as well as a possible global registration mechanism similar to what exists for urban search and rescue teams

Operational guidance on rapid risk assessment methodology

Katrin Leitmeyer; Dilys Morgan, Hilary Kirkbride and Beng├╝ Said, Eds.: European Centre for Disases Prevention and Control ECDC, (2011)

ECDC Technical Document

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