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  • Training Outline - How to Implement Sphere Standards in the Field
    French 53.42 KB pdf 2021
    The aim of this session is to ensure participants are able to implement projects using the Sphere Standards hand-book in the field
  • Sphere in Context and for Assessment, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning
    English 2.42 MB pdf 2021
    This resource explains why it is important to use Sphere standards throughout the humanitarian programme cycle, and how to do so. The document starts with a section on how to use humanitarian standards in your context. This is followed by standalone but complementary chapters for Assessment, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Livestock Emergency Guidelines and Standards (LEGS)
    Spanish 3.66 MB pdf 2014

    By LEGS

    LEGS is underpinned by a livelihoods approach and is based on three livelihoods objectives: providing immediate benefits to crisis-affected communities; protecting the livestock-related assets of crisis-affected communities; assisting the re-building of key assets among crisis-affected communities.
  • Minimum Standards for Education: Preparedness, Response, Recovery
    Spanish 1.29 MB pdf 2010

    By INEE

    INEE’s Minimum Standards were founded on the Convention on the Rights of the Child, the Dakar 2000 Education for All goals, and the Humanitarian Charter.