Interested in where other people are going on the CET? In reverse order:
This is a brief section explaining about the kind of resources you can find on the toolkit. As our protocols are updated, you’ll find more information on them here.
Logistics is the glue that holds an emergency response together. This section was substantially reworked from the old toolkit site, and emphasizes the need for collaboration and participation of logistics in all parts of a response.
The place to go if you know exactly what resource you’re looking for. This is the section where every chapter annex is directly available for download. If you’re looking to browse and discover new and unexpected resources, or looking for information on how to use those resources, then you might want to download them from the relevant chapter itself (they’re all available there too).
2. Basic guide
The most concise guidance when you need to respond to a crisis. Covers the basic processes and protocols for CARE – from emergency alerts to how to get your Emergency Response Team working, with links to other parts of the site.
A huge part of many of our responses, the WASH section was also one where people spent most time, really digging into the content and guidelines there. It’s got technical guidance, and really practical tips too – like a list of what not to do in a WASH response. As CARE responds to flooding across South Asia and in West Africa, doing WASH right is critical.