A edição 2018 do Manual Esfera explicitamente incluiu, pela primeira vez, referências específicas a cenários urbanos. Este guia, a edição 2020 de Usando as Normas Esfera em Cenários Urbanos, amplia esse trabalho. Todos os elementos do Código de Conduta, da Carta Humanitária, dos Princípios de Proteção e da Norma Humanitária Essencial (NHE) são aplicáveis aos contextos urbanos.
In the midst of a pandemic, 2020 was a challenge for many organisations. Sphere stepped up its efforts to convene and share expertise and further promote the application of humanitarian standards, through our global community.
يهدف اسفير من خلال هذه الاستراتيجية الجديدة إلى تدعيم دوره القيادي في تعزيز التطبيق المتسق عالمياً للمعايير الإنسانية للمساءلة أمام المجتمعات المتضررة، من خلال مجتمع عالمي لاسفير يتقاسم الأهداف والممارسات ذاتها.
About 6,000 Venezuelans are currently displaced in the State of Roraima, Brazil. Fraternidade - Federação Humanitária Internacional, a Sphere focal point in Brazil, aims to place people in crisis at the center of the humanitarian response.
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.
Using the Sphere standards in urban settings (Part two)
The Sphere Handbook 2018 edition explicitly included, for the first time, specific references to urban settings. This guide, the 2020 edition of Using the Sphere standards in urban settings, concentrates on Sphere’s four technical chapters. Additional tools and approaches for urban response are included: Context analysis, Assessments, Profiling and Targeting; Area-based approaches and Cash and markets.
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.