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    • Minimum standards for age and disability inclusion (Arabic) (plain blue-and-yellow version)
    • English
    • 2.2 mb
    • 2017

    The Arabic translation of the pilot version of the Minimum standards for age and disability inclusion in humanitarian action informs the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of humanitarian programmes across all sectors and phases of response, and in all emergency contexts, ensuring older people and people with disabilities are included. Targeting practitioners involved in humanitarian response at local, national, and international level, this document includes a set of key standards as well as sector-specific standards and suggested actions.

    • Minimum standards for age and disability inclusion in humanitarian action (Arabic)
    • Arabic
    • 1.2 mb
    • 2016

    The Arabic translation of the Minimum standards for age and disability inclusion, which are intended to informs the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of humanitarian programmes across all sectors and phases of response, and in all emergency contexts, ensuring older people and people with disabilities and not excluded. If you face any problem related to accessibility of the Minimum standards, please contact us at adcap@helpage.org.

    • Minimum standards for age and disability inclusion in humanitarian action (Arabic) (plain black-and-white version)
    • Arabic
    • 2.2 mb
    • 2016

    The Arabic translation of the pilot version of the Minimum standards for age and disability inclusion in humanitarian action informs the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of humanitarian programmes across all sectors and phases of response, and in all emergency contexts, ensuring older people and people with disabilities are included. Targeting practitioners involved in humanitarian response at local, national, and international level, this document includes a set of key standards as well as sector-specific standards and suggested actions.

    • Older voices in humanitarian crises: calling for change
    • English
    • 1.2 mb
    • 2016

    This report documents the situation of older refugees fleeing from conflict in Syria, Ukraine and South Sudan. The findings contribute to a growing body of evidence illustrating the failure of the humanitarian system to protect older people's rights or meet their needs. The stories highlight the limited progress the humanitarian system has made to address the neglect of older people and other vulnerable groups.

    • End the neglect: a study of humanitarian financing for older people
    • English
    • 2.6 mb
    • 2016

    Our annual study of humanitarian financing of older people illustrates the failure of the current system to allocate adequate resourcing to address older people's needs. It offers a sobering analysis of the extent to which older people are being left behind in emergencies.

    • Building inclusive resilient communities: perspective of South Asian experiences and knowledge (Issue 02)
    • English
    • 2.7 mb
    • 2016

    Issue two of a project newsletter about disaster risk reduction in the Asia-Pacific region.

    • Building inclusive resilient communities: perspective of South Asian experiences and knowledge (Issue 01)
    • English
    • 2.3 mb
    • 2016

    Issue one of a project newsletter about disaster risk reduction in the Asia-Pacific region.

    • Five keys to successful Typhoon Haiyan emergency response
    • English
    • 241 kb
    • 2016

    This leaflet looks at five ways aspects of our emergency response to Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines made it a success.

    • Rapid Assessment Method for Older People (RAM-OP) Manual
    • English
    • 3.5 mb
    • 2015

    This training manual, developed with VALID International and Brixton Health, gives step-by-step guidance on how to estimate the needs of older people in humanitarian and developmental contexts quickly, accurately and at low-cost.

    • Minimum standards for age and disability inclusion (plain black-and-white version)
    • English
    • 909 kb
    • 2015

    The Minimum standards are intended to inform the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of humanitarian programmes across all sectors and phases of response, and in all emergency contexts, ensuring older people and people with disabilities and not excluded.

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