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Why Social Science Matters for Humanitarian Action?

A factsheet on the role of social science in Community Engagement and Accountability (CEA).
IFRC - International Federation of Red Cross/ Red Cresent Societies

The transformative power of renewable energy in humanitarian responses: Experiences from Yemen

13th July 2023
In this blog, current SSHAP fellow and Programme Coordinator at the Arab Youth Sustainable Development Network (AYSDN) in Yemen, Mamoon…

Disability inclusion in humanitarian responses: Our perspectives on participation in Nepal

6th July 2023
People with disabilities around the world face discrimination in their daily lives, including in their abilities to access public services…


Community engagement in epidemic and pandemic preparedness

On 4 July 2023, SSHAP will host a bilingual Zoom webinar in conversation with experts on community engagement in COVID-19…

Key Considerations: Community-Based Surveillance in Public Health frar

Recent large-scale epidemics and pandemics have demonstrated the importance of engaging communities as partners in preventing, detecting and responding to public health emergencies. Community-based surveillance (CBS), which relies on communities to report public health information, can be an important part…