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The economic impact of shelter assistance in post-disaster settings

Stephen Sheppard, Richard Hill, Eds.: CHF International, USAID, (2005)

This report addresses the impact of emergency shelter programs in the development of post-relief economies and in building incomes of affected populations. It provides a review and analysis of the available literature relevant to understanding the economic impact of emergency shelter programs, additional research conducted by CHF International on income development of beneficiaries of emergency shelter programs, and the first steps toward rigorous and accurate measurement of the impact of these programs on the incomes of beneficiaries. Each of these analysis provides information useful to future programmers of relief assistance.

Cholera and other epidemic diarrhoeal diseases control. Technical cards on environmental sanitation.

Institute of Water and Sanitation Development, Harare, Zimbabwe, Eds.: World Health Organization, (2014)

Accessed November 2014

Responding to earthquakes

ALNAP, Provention Consortium, (2008)

Learning from earthquake relief and recovery operations

Integrating severe acute malnutrition into the management of childhood diseases at community level in South Sudan

Emily Keane, Andrea King, Anthony Awira et al., Eds.: Malaria Consortium South Sudan, (2013)

Since December 2010, Malaria Consortium has been implementing an innovative approach to community management of severe acute malnutrition, together with an existing integrated community case management (ICCM) programme in South Sudan. This learning paper considers Malaria Consortiums experience of this combined approach in a highly complex context and shows whether the management of severe acute malnutrition is an effective, acceptable and feasible component of ICCM programming

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