This Guidebook was developed for the Rohingya Refugee Response in Cox Bazar, Bangladesh. It offers easy to do activities for a variety of age groups. Read more
AMURT is supporting a Bangladesh NGO working in the Rohingya refugee camps in Cox Bazar district of Bangladesh.
The Rapid COVID-19 surveys was a part of the internal M&E process to understand how their COVID-19, protection and education-related messaging in the last months was received and how to improve it going forward. Read more
The Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action (CPMS) have become one of the key resources for humanitarian workers since its launch in 2012. Read more
The Sphere movement was started in 1997 by a group of humanitarian professionals aiming to improve the quality of humanitarian work during disaster response. With this goal in mind, they framed a Humanitarian Charter and identified a set of humanitarian standards to be applied in humanitarian response. Read more
Please feel free to adopt and edit this security policy.
It is just a policy so you still have to write your own Standard Operating Proceedures and guidelines.
Child safeguarding is the responsibility that organisations have to make sure their staff, operations, and programmes do no harm to children, that is that they do not expose children to the risk of harm and abuse, and that any concerns the organisation has about children’s safety within the communities in which they work, are reported to the appropriate authorities. Read more
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Letter of association of United Nations Department of Information.
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What is trust? Why it is important in team performance? What increases or decreases the level of trust in a team? How can leaders build high levels of trust and effectively manage trust in a team?
A plethora of books and articles have been written to address these questions, but they are primarily for use in business settings. Traditionally, humanitarian organisations have integrated some of this thinking into their leadership trainings, diversity curriculum, and preparedness planning. However, until now, there has not been a concerted effort to create a body of knowledge about trust as it specifically applies to diverse teams in a humanitarian emergency setting. Read more