Humanitarian Assistance

 

There are 128 items related to Humanitarian Assistance. Items are listed by date added.

 

Nigeria’s Criminal Crude: International Options to Combat the Export of Stolen Oil

Nigeria’s Criminal Crude: International Options to Combat the Export of Stolen Oil

Source: Christina Katsouris and Aaron Sayne - Chatham House, 2013

Countries: Nigeria

Topics: Dispute Resolution/Mediation, Economic Recovery , Extractive Resources, Governance, Humanitarian Assistance, Weapons, Waste, and Pollution

Added: 03/02/2014

 

This report analyses the international dimensions of Nigerian crude oil theft and explores what the international community could do about it.   Nigerian crude oil is being stolen on an industrial scale. Nigeria lost at least 100,000 barrels of oil per day, around 5% of total output, in the first quarter of...

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Guidance Note: Community Infrastructure Rehabilitation

Guidance Note: Community Infrastructure Rehabilitation

Source: UNDP, 2013

Countries: Bangladesh, Honduras, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Somalia, Sri Lanka

Topics: Basic Services, Humanitarian Assistance, Programming

Added: 17/01/2014

 

Focussing on urgent post-crisis assistance, this guidance note provides practical advice to UNDP Country Offices on how to plan, design and implement a short-term project that swiftly links governments and communities in the assessment, repair and reconstruction of essential community infrastructure such as local roads, bridges, irrigation canals, schools, health...

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Fact Sheet on Conflict Sensitivity

Fact Sheet on Conflict Sensitivity

Source: KOFF, 2012

Topics: Humanitarian Assistance, Programming

Added: 10/11/2013

 

For many years aid practitioners have been pointing to the fact that humanitarian, development, or peacebuilding interventions sometimes have negative unintended side effects. Infusing resources (in terms of projects/programs) in environments of inequality, scarcity, conflict, polarisation and intergroup tensions, can - and often does - exacerbate existing tensions and conflicts....

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Livelihoods and Conflict

Livelihoods and Conflict

Source: USAID, 2005

Topics: Humanitarian Assistance, Livelihoods, Programming

Added: 08/11/2013

 

The toolkit identifies the key issues and methods for understanding the common impact of conflict on livelihoods and the ways one can address the most vital needs of those affected by conflict. The toolkit applied livelihoods analysis chiefly in situations of violence or serious conflict involving destruction of homes and...

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UNEP in Haiti: 2010 Year in Review

UNEP in Haiti: 2010 Year in Review

Source: UNEP, 2011

Countries: Haiti

Topics: Assessment, Economic Recovery , Humanitarian Assistance

Added: 05/11/2013

 

“The massive earthquake that hit Haiti on 12 January 2010 left in its wake a plethora of environmental problems to compound the devastation and human misery inflicted on the country’s citizens. As the year ended, most of these problems remained unsolved.”

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Environmental Considerations of Human Displacement in Liberia: A Guide for Decision-makers and Practitioners

Environmental Considerations of Human Displacement in Liberia: A Guide for Decision-makers and Practitioners

Source: UNEP, 2006

Countries: Liberia

Topics: Humanitarian Assistance, Livelihoods, Programming, Renewable Resources

Added: 05/11/2013

 

“Population movement – forced or voluntary – is a global phenomenon. It is often unpredictable and can be of sizeable proportions and long-lasting. In addition to the human suffering, social unrest and economic disruption that such events typically cause, there is a growing awareness of the impact that displaced human...

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Desk Study on the Environment in Iraq

Desk Study on the Environment in Iraq

Source: UNEP, 2003

Countries: Iraq

Topics: Assessment, Humanitarian Assistance

Added: 05/11/2013

 

“This Desk Study has been prepared by UNEP as a contribution to tackling the immediate post-conflict humanitarian situation in Iraq, and the subsequent rebuilding of the country’s shattered infrastructure, economy and environment. It is intended for a wide audience and includes information likely to be of value to many of...

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Title Wave: Land Tenure and Peacebuilding in Aceh

Added: 29/07/2013

 

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Women in the Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining Sector of the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Added: 29/07/2013

 

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Peace Through Sustainable Forest Management in Asia: The USAID Forest Conflict Initiative

Added: 29/07/2013

 

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