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A report of the collaborative field research conducted by Habitat for Humanity and Christian Aid on several humanitarian shelter interventions in various countries, spanning a number of years. The...

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Remote sensing analysis by humanitarian organizations to detect and document changes related to displaced population camps has been employed, in various iterations, by the field for as long as two...

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An increasing majority of refugees live in cities and they face gender-based violence risks as a result of unmet needs and intersecting oppressions based on gender, race, sexual orientation, and...

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This technical brief is intended to be a starting point for improving coordinated needs assessments in urban areas, without which the humanitarian community will not be able to ensure the quality...

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This guidance note provides an overview of key strategies for approaching tenure in urban programming: primarily in shelter and legal assistance programmes. This is to assist humanitarians to...

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Date: Jul 2018

As a global community, we continue to assemble a growing wealth of knowledge on humanitarian shelter and settlements, yet this begs the question – are we collecting the right evidence? This...

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Date: Jul 2018

Initiative that has recently been started on creating environmental country profiles to inform shelter and settlements programming. The work is a joint undertaking of Swedish Red Cross/Australian...

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Date: Jul 2018

Presentation from NRC that relates to the observations, impact and challenges of cash for rents. 

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Date: Jul 2018
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Date: Jul 2018

Presentation from NRC related to HLP capacity in the shelter sector and how to increase it for effective longer-term effects.

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