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This report monitors progress towards the targets of ending both hunger (SDG Target 2.1) and all forms of malnutrition (SDG Target 2.2), and provides an analysis of the underlying causes and...

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The guidelines are aimed at field staff involved in planning and delivering a basic general food ration for emergency-affected populations. Their overall aim is to promote timely, coordinated and...

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Publisher(s): UNICEF
Date: Jan 2019
Location: Global

The resource document is about intergrating the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) Guidelines for Addressing Gender-Based Violence in Humanitarian Action.

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This resource by UNICEF, on Guidelines for Child Friendly Spaces in Emergencies, 2011, aims to respond to children’s rights to protection, psychosocial...

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This resource by UNICEF, on A Practical Guide for Developing Child Friendly Spaces, 2008, is related to the development, implementation and management of CFSs.  ...

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Ce rapport élaboré par l’UNICEF (Guide Pratique pour la mise en place d'Espaces Amis des Enfants, 2008), présente des lignes directrices pour le développement, la...

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The "Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action", 2012, resource is a product of The Child Protection Working Group.  The...

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The "Inter-Agency Guiding Principles on Unaccompanied and Separated Children" (2004) resource is the result of a joint effort of the International Committee of the Red...

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The "Child-Friendly Hygiene and Sanitation Facilities in Schools" (2005) was written based on IRC's involvement as architect/planner and UNICEF programme officer in successful and less...

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Publisher(s): UNICEF
Date: Sep 2019
Location: Global

‘Psychosocial Support of Children in Emergencies’ is a reference document for humanitarian workers who want to increase their understanding of the experiences of children in emergency situations...

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