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Date: Feb 2014
Location: World

The global Food Security Cluster (gFSC) became operational in April 2011 as the eleventh Global Cluster of the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC). The gFSC is led jointly by the Food and...

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Date: Feb 2014
Location: World

This handbook provides information and guidance on how a country-level food security cluster (FSC) can help to ensure an effective, coordinated response by humanitarian organizations to food-...

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Plan d'action commun 2013 et plans de réponse sectoriels pour le Niger, élaborés par les Clusters, et basés sur une analyse des besoins prioritaires et par secteur.

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Humanitarian stakeholders are increasingly concerned about the impacts of current or emerging global challenges, such as climate change, the food crisis and financial crises, extreme poverty,...

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A MIRA is the assessment and analysis of needs carried out during the first two weeks of a sudden onset disaster. It is a multi-sector assessment carried out by key stakeholders which endeavors to...

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The objective of this resource is to raise the profile and provide a better understanding of the humanitarian shelter and settlements sector.

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"The Settlements Approach Guidance Note consolidates current practices and experience, drawing on more than 30 case studies. It was collaboratively written and peer reviewed by subject-matter...

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This document was originally published on the official website of the Global Shelter Cluster at: https://www.sheltercluster.org/.
This booklet...

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Nous apportons ici une vision commune de ce qui est à la fois méthodologiquement valable et effective­ment réalisable dans le contexte particulièrement difficile dans lequel les évaluations des be...

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