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  • Humanitarian inclusion standards - Tetum (Padraun Inkluzaun Umanitáriu ba Ema Idozu no Ema ho Defisiénsia)
    Tetum 3.04 MB pdf 2020
    The Humanitarian inclusion standards for older people and people with disabilities help humanitarian organisations ensure nobody is marginalised or left behind during emergency responses. This is a translation of the original English handbook into Tetum language.
  • Sphere poster
    English 243.87 KB pdf 2020

    By Sphere

    This poster can be printed out in A1 o similar formats to disseminate information about Sphere and its principles. It is available in English only.
  • The Humanitarian Standards Partnership (brochure)
    English 2.19 MB pdf 2020

    By Sphere

    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.
  • Applying humanitarian standards to fight COVID-19
    English 2020
    The Sphere Handbook and the other Humanitarian Standards Partnership (HSP) initiatives offer guidance on the COVID-19 response. They establish what needs to be in place for affected populations to survive and recover with dignity.
  • What are humanitarian standards? - Animated video
    English 248.99 MB mp4 2019

    By Sphere

    What are humanitarian standards? How are they developed and updated? Why are they so important to people affected by disaster and crisis? This video produced by the members of the Humanitarian Standards Partnership (HSP) aims to answer these questions in a simple and effective manner. It allows everyone to familiarise with the seven standard initiatives which compose the Partnership.
  • Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action (CPMS)
    Spanish 9.46 MB pdf 2019
    The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action, one of Sphere’s partner standard initiatives, released the second edition of the Child Protection Minimum Standard (CPMS) in October. The CPMS handbook guides humanitarian professionals in preventing harm and supporting the recovery of children caught up in crises.
  • Minimum standard for market analysis (MISMA) - English
    English 1.17 MB pdf 2018

    By CaLP

    The objective of the Minimum Standard for Market Analysis (MISMA) is to guide the work of humanitarian practitioners across sectors and to ensure that, irrespective of the tool used, the key standard of market analysis is being met.
  • Humanitarian inclusion standards for older people and people with disabilities
    Spanish 2.90 MB pdf 2018

    By ADCAP

    The Humanitarian inclusion standards for older people and people with disabilities help humanitarian organisations ensure nobody is marginalised or left behind during emergency responses.
  • Sphere Handbook 2018
    Spanish 5.98 MB pdf 2018

    By Sphere

    The Sphere Handbook is one of the most widely known and internationally recognised sets of common principles and universal minimum standards in humanitarian response.
  • Minimum Economic Recovery Standards (MERS)
    Spanish 4.07 MB pdf 2017
    The Minimum Economic Recovery Standards (MERS) are the internationally recognised consensus on best practices for building economic resilience for crisis-affected communities. SEEP developed and refined MERS over a ten-year process with input from hundreds of organisations and practitioners.