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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)

The Handbook on Law and Disaster Risk Reduction

International Federation of Red Cross And Red Crescent Societies, UN Development Programme, (2015)

The Handbook on Law and Disaster Risk Reduction (the Handbook) has been developed to provide guidance on how to use the Checklist and conduct related legislative reviews and reform processes. While the methodology for using the Checklist needs to be tailored to each country’s context and respective needs, the Handbook is intended to provide general guidance on key steps to consider.

Guidelines for integrating gender-based violence interventions in humanitarian action: reducing risk, promoting resilience and aiding recovery

Inter-Agency Standing Committee, (2015)

These guidelines provide practical guidance and effective tools for humanitarians and communities affected by armed conflict, natural disasters and other humanitarian emergencies to coordinate, plan, implement, monitor and evaluate essential actions for the prevention and mitigation of gender-based violence (GBV), accross all stages of disaster and emergency management: from preparedness to recovery.

ASEAN Disaster Management Reference Handbooks

Center for Excellence in Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance, (2015)

Disaster Management Reference Handbook Series Overview

The Core Humanitarian Standard and the Sphere Core Standards Analysis and Comparison - Interim Guidance, March 2015

Sphere Project, (2015)

This short guide highlights the fundamentally similar approach to quality and accountability underlying both sets of standards and describes in some detail the similarities and differences between them. It compares the respective structures of the standards and notes their different emphases. It also highlights new elements contributed by the CHS that were not present in the Sphere Core Standards. Meant as interim guidance for Sphere practitioners as they begin bringing the CHS into their work

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