Implementing localisation in humanitarian response

This collection contains analysis reports, policies, guidelines, strategies and a thematic sheet that highlight the opportunity to move forward on the localization and this collection gives informations about the process of defining, implementing and monitoring strategies at the local level for achieving global, national and subnational sustainable development goals and targets. Current guidance comes from leading local and global organisations and institutions: Global Mentoring Initiative, GlobalTaskforce,  International Federation of RedCross and RedCrescent (IFRC), Islamic Relief, Oxfam International, SpherePro, Union of Ibero-American Capital Cities (UCCI), United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG), United Nations Human Settlement Programme (UN-Habitat), United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN_SDG). Please send suggestions for additional content for this Collection to info@humanitarianlibrary.org, or create your own Collection on the Library.

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Monitoring and Evaluation - Best practices, Local Aspects, and Examples (HLA)

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Introduction to Humanitarian Logistics - Best practices, Local Aspects, and Examples (HLA)

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Introduction to local transport - Methodology, How-To, and Understanding (HLA)

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You are most welcome to contribute any feedback, ask questions, and recommend your own resources. Please direct any inquiries towards knowledge.manager@humanitarianlogistics.org

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