Core Sectors

1. Introduction

1.1 Effects of a crisis on food security

2. Assessing effects and impact of a crisis

2.1 Food security and response options analysis

2.2 Food security of livelihood groups

3. What to do: Response options

3.1 Options for food and nutrition security interventions

3.2 Types of activities

3.3 Key considerations

3.4 Case study: CARE’s emergency livestock interventions in Ethiopia

4. What not to do: Do no harm and other common mistakes

5. When and where to get specialist help

6. CARE’s policy commitments

6.1 CARE’s emergency food and nutrition security strategy

6.2 CARE policy documents relevant to food and nutrition security

7. CARE’s capacity and experience

8. Annexes

1. WHAT is Malnutrition

2. WHY do we have to address Malnutrition?

3. HOW do we address Undernutrition?

4. HOW do we Monitor and Evaluate Nutrition Interventions?

5. Annexes

1. Introduction

2. Gender and Emergency WASH

3. Assessment checklist

3.1 The assessment process and tools for WASH

3.2 WASH checklist (adapted from Sphere)

4. What to do: Response options

4.1 First phase response options for water and sanitation

4.2 Second phase response options for water and sanitation

4.3 Response options for hygiene promotion

4.4 The importance of coordination and advocacy

4.5 Monitoring results

4.6 Accountability

4.7 Case study: Haiti earthquake, January 2010—CARE’s WASH response

5. What not to do: Do no harm and other common mistakes

6. When and where to get specialist help

7. CARE’s policy commitments

8. CARE’s capacity and experience

9. Annexes

10. Other resources

1. Introduction

1.1 What is humanitarian shelter?

1.2 CARE’s shelter principles

1.3 Coordination

1.4 Shelter terminology & jargon

2. Shelter & gender

2.1 Gender analysis & shelter programmes

3. Shelter & self-recovery

3.1 Supporting self-recovery and shelter programmes

4. What to do: context analysis

3.1 What you need to know & understand

3.2 Rapid needs assessment

3.3 Damage assessment

3.4 Detailed assessments & analysis

3.5 Knowledge & Attitudes Surveys

3.6 Markets assessment

3.7 Participatory assessment approaches

3.8 Joint assessments

5. What to do: response options

4.1 Introduction to Response Options

4.1 Tarps, tents & kits

4.2 Clothes & household NFIs

4.3 Cash for shelter

4.4 Training & technical assistance

4.5 Recovery support

4.7 Temporary houses

4.8 Construction

4.9 Collective centres

4.10 Camps

4.11 Housing, Land and Property and other legal assistance

4.12 Urban responses

4.13 Support to host families & communities

4.14 Resettlement

5. What to do: Integration with other sectors

5.1 Protection & GBV

5.2 WASH

5.3 Livelihoods

6. What not to do: do no harm & common mistakes

7. Developing strong proposals

7.1 Indicators for shelter programmes

8. When & where to get specialist help

9. Annexes

1. Introduction

2. CARE’s Nexus Approach to SRHR in Emergencies

3. Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning

4. What not to do: Do no harm and other common mistakes

5. When and where to get specialist help

6. CARE’s policy commitments

7. CARE’s capacity and experience

8. Annexes

9. Other resources

9.1 Health (general)

9.2 Sexual and reproductive health

1. Overview

What we mean by Safeguarding and the Protection from Sexual Harassment, Exploitation, Abuse and Child Abuse (PSHEA-CA)

How emergencies affect sexual exploitation

Why prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse is important in an emergency response

2. Applying the policy in practice

Safer Recruitment: Guidance for HR Personnel

Safer Programming: Programme Management

Reporting

3. CARE’s policy

Policy at the Global level

Policy at the CARE International Members, Candidates and Affiliates level

Applying the Policy in Country Offices

4. Annexes

5. International Guidance and Resources