The English terminology, and its translations into Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, and Spanish, are available on the UNISDR website at: www.unisdr.org/publications and on PreventionWeb at: www.preventionweb.net
A number of tools and resources have been developed to support humanitarian professionals working with the Sphere Handbook and the Core Humanitarian Standard.
You will find “Sphere unpacked” guides, training resources, videos and promotional materials in several languages to download at http://www.sphereproject.org/resources/sphere-essentials/
The CHS is a voluntary and measurable standard, which means its application can be objectively assessed. The CHS Verification Scheme allows organisations to measure the extent to which they have successfully applied the CHS requirements, and allows them, to demonstrate that they have done so. The Scheme offers four verification options; although each option is stand alone, the indicators used in the self-assessment are common to all options.
This video shows how to evaluate and treat the baby with fast breathing as the only sign of illness
This video shows how to prepare and draw up ampicillin and gentamicin for injection for a young baby.
This video reviews 5 key signs of severe infection in newborns, and provides 2015 WHO treatment guidelines when referral is possible and when it is not.
This video shows examples of babies with many of the signs of critical illness and includes the first care of the sick baby before referral.