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Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Standards for Schools in Low-cost Settings

John Adams, Jamie Bartram, Yves Chartier, Jackie Sims, Eds.: WHO et al., (2009)

These guidelines deal specifically with water, sanitation and hygiene, and are designed to be used in schools in low-cost settings in low- and medium-resource countries to: • assess prevailing situations and plan for required improvements; • develop and reach essential safety standards as a first goal; and • support the development and application of national policies.

The Livestock Emergency Guidelines and Standards (LEGS)

LEGS, (2009)

a set of international guidelines and standards for the design, implementation and assessment of livestock interventions to assist people affected by humanitarian crises.

Step-By-Step Guide to Shelter Construction

Isaac Boyd, Kirtimayi Mishra, and Cassie Dummett, Eds.: Catholic Relief Services, (2013)

Shelter Accountability Resources: A guide to improving accountability to disaster-affected populations during the implementation of humanitarian shelter programmes

Hugh Earp, Eds.: The Emergency Capacity Building Project, Oxfam, (2013)

Emergency Capacitiy Building Project agencies, led by CARE, have developed the Shelter Accountability Resources for project managers and decision-makers in humanitarian shelter programs. As a guide it is also intended to be useful for Shelter Cluster coordinators, and other staff who would like to monitor the accountability of particular projects and programs. The tools and examples included here should help humanitarians to plan, implement and monitor shelter projects and programs in a way that is accountable to disaster-affected populations.

Participation handbook for humanitarian field workers - Involving crisis-affected people in a humanitarian response

ALNAP, Groupe URD - Groupe Urgence Rehabilitation Developpement, (2009)

The Participation Handbook for humanitarian field workers contains detailed practical advice on the participation of affected people in humanitarian action. It has three sections: Developing a participatory approach (main issues, key factors, building mutual respect, communication methods and advice on reviewing your approach); Implementing your participatory approach at every stage of the project cycle (initial assessment, project design, implementation, monitoring and final evaluation); A list of tools and additional resources (books, internet sites, etc.)

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