This brochure presents the work and members of the Humanitarian Standards Partnership (HSP). The aim of the Partnership is to improve the quality and accountability of humanitarian action across all sectors and a harmonised approach to support users in the application of standards.
The Alliance for Empowering Partnership (A4EP) is a network of organisations committed to strengthen the humanitarian architecture and locally led response. This position paper contributes to the discussions and decision making on COVID-19 at international, regional, national and local level.
This Booklet, designed for field practitioners, provides easy access to information and tools to apply Quality and Accountability to Affected Populations, including Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA). The Booklet promotes shared decision making at all phases of the programming cycles.
The Syria training pack is a set of Arabic-language materials that contain guidance on how best to apply the Sphere standards in response to the country’s conflict. The pack is based on the 2018 training pack update and includes all the latest additions to the Sphere standards, but it also features additional case studies and multimedia content gathered in and around Syria.
The content was developed by experienced Sphere trainers Aya Yagan,Hamza Hamwie, Mohammad Abo Nabout,Rami Rajjoub and Mamdouh Tello.
The Sphere Training Package (2018 edition) is an essential companion not only for seasoned Sphere trainers, but also for less experienced workshop leaders and even self-learners. The package is the main support tool for lecturers, learning consultants and field trainers who facilitate Sphere training of any kind. It contains five days’ worth of materials, and its modular nature means it can be used in its entirety, reformulated for shorter workshops, or injected into broader initiatives such as humanitarian degree programmes.
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The Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action - drafted with inputs from 400 individuals from 30 agencies in over 40 countries - are aimed at those working in child protection or related areas of humanitarian action.
This report, produced by a team of student consultants from the London School of Economics (LSE), examines the main opportunities and challenges for engaging with National Disaster Management Authorities (NDMAs) and looks at how best to enable and support NDMAs to adopt international standards and principles in their national emergency response.
أنتج مشروع اسفير سلسلة من ستة ملصقات وبطاقات بريدية متطابقة لتوضيح المبادئ الأساسية المضمنة في الميثاق الإنساني من خلال استخدام الرسوم الكارتونية. تشرح الرسوم الكارتونية قضية معقدة من خلال صورة مرئية بسيطة مما يساعد الناس على تذكر المعلومات بسهولة أكبر. وتساعد الرسوم على نشر المعلومات والتوعية بالميثاق الإنساني والحقوق الأساسية للسكان المتضررين.