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Complex humanitarian emergencies : lessons from practitioners / Mark Janz and Joann Slead, editions. [print]

Contributor(s): Janz, Mark | Slead, JoannMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Monrovia, California : World Vision, [(c)2000. Description: xii, 274 pages : illustrations ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 188798318XSubject(s): World Vision International | Church work with disaster victims | Humanitarian assistance | Developing countriesLOC classification: HV555.C667 2000HV555.D44.S632.C667 2000COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Changing parameters : challenges for practitioners and the humanitarian response community Mark Janz Holistic care of children in complex humanitarian emergencies Heather MacLeod The Gile airlift : integrated humanitarian programming Walter Middleton Risk and security essentials for humanitarian operations : Liberia Mark Janz, Charles Rogers, Joann Slead and Ayo Abifarin Managing staff stress and trauma John Fawcett Agricultural recovery : achieving post-CHE food security Jon White, James Chapman, Claude Nankam, Ayo Abifarin and Johnson Olufowote Building on local capacities for peace in a complex war : the south Sudan challenge Wolfgang Jamann Rwanda : telling a different story Warren Nyamugasira, Licoln Ndogoni and Solomon Nsabiyera Setting the stage for resettlement : Tuareg women's groups Brigett Delay, M. A. Hamalouta and Rebecca Dale Conflict, repression and politics : dare NGOs hope to do any good? Alan Whaites.
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Changing parameters : challenges for practitioners and the humanitarian response community Mark Janz Holistic care of children in complex humanitarian emergencies Heather MacLeod The Gile airlift : integrated humanitarian programming Walter Middleton Risk and security essentials for humanitarian operations : Liberia Mark Janz, Charles Rogers, Joann Slead and Ayo Abifarin Managing staff stress and trauma John Fawcett Agricultural recovery : achieving post-CHE food security Jon White, James Chapman, Claude Nankam, Ayo Abifarin and Johnson Olufowote Building on local capacities for peace in a complex war : the south Sudan challenge Wolfgang Jamann Rwanda : telling a different story Warren Nyamugasira, Licoln Ndogoni and Solomon Nsabiyera Setting the stage for resettlement : Tuareg women's groups Brigett Delay, M. A. Hamalouta and Rebecca Dale Conflict, repression and politics : dare NGOs hope to do any good? Alan Whaites.

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