The toolkit is designed to be used by Child Safeguarding Country Leads and Focal Points, deployable Safeguarding/PSEA staff, and humanitarian/operational managers with responsibility for safeguarding. The toolkit is not designed to be read cover-to-cover, but instead for you and your teams to dip in and out of as needed, with further reading, resources and examples… [Read More]
Humanitarian and Disaster Relief Resources
A list of free guides, how-to tools and other resources on Humanitarian and Disaster Relief for NGOs and development professionals.
This toolkit on the Responsibility to Protect (RtoP) was designed to introduce the concept to practitioners and policy makers in West Africa, as well as deepen their knowledge of its development and practice. It aims to achieve this through seven targeted training sessions to be delivered over three days using a combined methodology of brainstorming,… [Read More]
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The Toolkit allows practitioners to build evidence-based and child-focused, long-term solutions and advocacy interventions. It provides substantial direction on issues of return and re-integration and outlines options, actions and legal guidance related to local integration and resettlement. It can help measure child specific gaps in displacement and irregular migration settings, shape policy and decision-making, monitor… [Read More]
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This toolkit assists practitioners in collecting the requisite situational protection information on risks for affected populations with an age, gender, and diversity (AGD) lens, identifying community-based or self-protection mechanisms, and preparing a monitoring system that is based on identified protection risks. All of the tools in this toolkit are designed to be adapted to context… [Read More]
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This toolkit is designed to provide those working in the humanitarian and development sectors with a collecon of key tools to support young people’s parcipaon and engagement. It draws on the theory of change, Posive Adolescent Development and the Social Jusce Development approach. This toolkit intends to provide guidance for meaningfully engaging adolescents and youth… [Read More]
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Developed with support from the US Department of State Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration and the UK Department for International Development, this manual aims to support researchers and members of the humanitarian community in conducting ethical and technically sound research, monitoring and/or evaluation on gender-based violence (GBV) within refugee and conflict-affected populations. About the… [Read More]
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This guide has been developed by the Save the Children CRP-PEN (Child Rights Programming Professional Exchange Network). This guide provides ideas and tools that will enable development and humanitarian workers to put children and their rights at the centre of their programmes. This child rights programming (CRP) practitioners’ guide will help you apply child rights… [Read More]
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Competition over natural resources, including water, is often viewed as a driver of conflict and has emerged as a key component in many current and past conflicts. However, disputes over water, whether scarce or abundant, do not always result in violence. In fact, the management of water often brings parties together and encourages cooperation; it… [Read More]
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Through the What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) programme funded by the UK Department for International Development programme, the Global Women’s Institute (GWI) and International Rescue Committee (IRC) have focused on developing new evidence to address gaps in understanding of VAWG during conflict and humanitarian crises, including implementing a landmark population-based… [Read More]
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Bringing the set of free toolkits, handbooks, manuals and resource guides useful for NGOs working in the area of women and gender equality. Whether you are working on gender equality, women’s rights, women empowerment or on any other women and gender related issues, these powerful resources will help you build your knowledge and skills for… [Read More]
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Here is a compilation of 35+ toolkits, designed for the the quick reference of the NGOs and CSOs on various pressing issues affecting the African continent. These toolkits have been made available by various international organizations and programs implemented across the world. A Free Private Health Policy Toolkit for Africa “Private Health Policy Toolkit for… [Read More]
Risk Management in Fragile Settings: A Toolkit for Field Practitioners, a resource to allow organizations to carry out day-to-day operations when full access to affected communities is not possible. This approach is designed with the clear aim of providing practical tools and guidelines for field staff so that they may: Clarify operational responsibility level; Support… [Read More]
The purpose of this toolkit is to provide a nutritional response during and after an emergency situation. Too often, in the high-pressure context of emergencies, key aspects of nutritional health and well-being are not adequately addressed. Poor decisions are made in the short-term, which have long-term negative impacts on the nutritional stability of the affected… [Read More]
This Handbook is intended to help develop an understanding of what needs to be considered when dealing with agriculture in a refugee or returnee operation. In particular, it clarifies how to promote and maintain sound practices for displaced people in diverse situations, often working with a range of different agencies. The Handbook presents options and… [Read More]
Internally displaced persons, or “IDPs,” are part of the broader civilian population that needs protection and assistance because of conflict and human rights abuses or due to natural disasters. The focus on IDPs in this Handbook is not intended to encourage preferential treatment of IDPs to the exclusion of other populations at risk but, rather,… [Read More]
The Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) in Emergencies toolkit aims to provide streamlined guidance to support organizations and agencies seeking to rapidly integrate MHM into existing programming across sectors and phases. This toolkit was informed by an extensive desk review, qualitative assessments with a range of humanitarian actors and organizations, and direct discussions with girls and… [Read More]
UNICEF and the non-governmental organization Coalition to Stop the Use of Child Soldiers have developed this Guide to the Optional Protocol on the involvement of children in armed conflict as a contribution to the campaign to prevent and end the use of child soldiers. It is hoped that this publication will be useful for mobilizing… [Read More]
This toolkit is part of a series that explores how development assistance can address key risk factors associated with conflict. One area that is receiving increasing attention is the relationship between young people and violence. Recent studies have found a significant correlation between large youth cohorts and political instability and violence. A large pool of… [Read More]
The Nutrition Cluster was established in 2006 as part of the Humanitarian Reform process. It is a partnership that aims to safeguard and improve the nutritional status of emergency affected populations by ensuring an appropriate Nutrition in Emergency (NiE) response at country level that is predictable, timely, effective, and at scale. Within the context of… [Read More]