The “Pocket Guide” resource package V2.0 is a joint GBV Guidelines and GBV AoR resource designed to provide all humanitarian practitioners with concrete information on how to support a survivor of gender-based violence who disclosed to you in a context where there is no gender-based violence actor (including a referral pathway or GBV focal point) available in your area. The resource package uses global standards on providing basic support and information to survivors of GBV without doing further harm. We encourage adaptation of this resource to your local context with the support of a GBV specialist.
This document consolidates the “essential actions and minimum commitments” tables from the comprehensive Guidelines on Integrating Gender-based Violence Interventions in Humanitarian Action (“GBV Guidelines”) and each sector-specific Thematic Area Guide (TAG) into one document that can be easily downloaded and/or printed to use as a quick reference tool during the earliest stages of acute emergency response. It is meant to support, but not replace, the comprehensive Guidelines and sector-specific TAGs. These tables provide key recommendations for each thematic area. The sector-specific minimum commitments appear in bold.
- Categories: WASH Indicators and Standards.
This Thematic Area Guide (TAG) on WASH and gender-based violence is a portable tool that provides practical guidance for WASH professionals working to prevent and mitigate gender based violence in humanitarian settings.
These Best Practice Guidelines were developed by Sanivation, a private sanitation company based in Kenya under UNHCR’s “Waste to Value” Project, funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The Guidelines are based on ongoing operational research in Kakuma Refugee Camp in partnership with UNHCR and the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), and will be update at the end of the Project in 2019.
- Organisations: Sanivation.
These Best Practice Guidelines were developed by Oxfam under UNHCR’s “Waste to Value” Project, funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The Guidelines are based on operational research conducted in 2016 and 2017 in Jewi Refugee Camp in Ethiopia, where the Tiger Worm Toilets remain in operation and under regular monitoring.
This WASH Equipment Catalogue has been produced by UNHCR’s WASH and Procurement Departments to improve the acquisition and effective procurement of WASH relief items.
The catalogue includes specifications and quality requirements for standard WASH equipment items such as pumps, tapstands, water tanks and water testing equipment.
Double vault Urine Diversion Dry Toilets (UDDT) can be used as an alternative to pit latrines in refugee camps. They utilise two chambers for faeces, one of which is in use whilst the other is full and drying so that it can be safely disposed of after an appropriate period of time.
These Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) were developed by Oxfam under UNHCR’s “Waste to Value” Project, which was funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. They are largely based on UDDTs developed under the Waste to Value Project in Ethiopia.
- Tags: Excreta / Urine ReUse, Excreta / Urine ReUse, Excreta / Urine ReUse, Excreta Composting, Excreta Composting, Excreta Management, Excreta Management, Excreta Management, Excreta Management, Excreta Treatment, Household Toilets, Household Toilets, and Household Toilets. Locations: Ethiopia. Organisations: Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, OXFAM GB, OXFAM GB, UNHCR, UNHCR, UNHCR, and UNHCR. DatabaseDocTypes: WASH Design Documentation. Categories: WASH Design Guidelines, WASH Guidelines, WASH Guidelines, WASH Guidelines, WASH Guidelines, WASH Guidelines, WASH Operational Guidelines, and WASH Technical Designs.
This adjoining document provides a brief summary of the key actions necessary for addressing MHM during emergencies. It serves as a quick read to gain a basic understanding of a complete MHM response. However, it is advised to review the complete guide when designing programs or developing response activities.
- Languages: French.
The Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) in Emergencies toolkit aims to provide streamlined guidance to support organizations and agencies seeking to rapidly integrate MHM into existing programming across sectors and phases.
- Tags: Menstruation Hygiene Management, Menstruation Hygiene Management, Menstruation Hygiene Management, Protection, and Protection. Languages: English, English, English, English, English, English, English, English, English, and English. Organisations: Columbia University, Columbia University, IRC (International Rescue Committee), and IRC (International Rescue Committee). Categories: WASH Emergency Guidelines and WASH Emergency Guidelines.