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Why social science matters for humanitarian action – and how we can mobilise it

9th February 2017
We could not be more excited to be involved in the launch of Social Science in Humanitarian Action: A Communication…
UNICEF/UNI186557/Nijimbere
Evidence Reviews

Helpdesk Research Report: Mobile Telephony for Improved Health Service and Data Management

This report provides some recent examples of the use of mobile telephony to improve health serviceoutcomes. There is significant potential for the use of mobile telephony to improve health serviceoutcomes...
IDS
2012
UNICEF/UN044442/Al-Issa
Evidence Reviews

Non-State Providers of Health Services in Fragile and Conflict-Affected States

There appears to be very little literature on the effectiveness of non-state providers (NSPs) of health services in fragile states. There is some useful case study material, particularly from Afghanistan...
2009
UNICEF/UNI165149/Lovell
Briefings

‘One hand can’t clap by itself’: Engagement of Boys and Men in KMG’s Intervention to Eliminate FGM-C in Kembatta Zone, Ethiopia

This story of change pulls out the key findings and recommendations from EMERGE case study 3, which focuses on the work of KMG to eliminate female genital mutilation-cutting in Ethiopia.
IDS
2015
UNICEF/UN035147/LeMoyne
Evidence Reviews

Making Sanitation and Hygiene Safer: Reducing Vulnerabilities to Violence

This issue of Frontiers of CLTS brings together lessons on violence related to sanitation and hygiene and examples of good practice from a range of contexts including urban and humanitarian...
IDS
2015
UNICEF/UN035979/LeMoyne
Evidence Reviews

CLTS in Post-Emergency and Fragile States Settings

This issue of Frontiers of CLTS explores the potential, and some of the recorded learning, on how CLTS, as a community-based, collaborative approach to sanitation behavioural change, can be applied...
IDS
2016
UNICEF/UNI177604/UNMEER Martine Perret
Briefings

Return of the Rebel: Legacies of War and Reconstruction in West Africa’s Ebola Epidemic

The spread of Ebola in West Africa centres on a region with a shared recent history of transnational civil war and internationally led post-conflict reconstruction efforts. This legacy of conflict...
IDS
2015
UNICEF/UNI174420/Schermbrucker
Briefings

Addressing Norms, Values, Practices and Beliefs regarding Reproductive Health in South Sudan

Although in parts of South Sudan the situation is unstable which necessitates humanitarian action, in other parts of the country development programmes are taken up with the communities. In Northern...
HEART
2015
UNICEF/UN034479/Rugwiza, UN-MINUSTAH
Evidence Reviews

Natural Disasters, Armed Conflict, and Public Health

The effects of armed conflict and natural disasters on global public health are widespread. Much progress has been made in the technical quality, normative coherence, and efficiency of the health...
The New England Journal of Medicine
2013
UNICEF/UNI177413/Yurtsever
Evidence Reviews

A Devastating Toll: the Impact of Three Years of War on the Health of Syria’s Children

Syria’s shattered health system is forcing health workers to engage in brutal medical practices and a series of epidemics have left millions of children exposed to a plethora of deadly...
Save the Children
2014
UNICEF/UNI196240/Georgiev
Evidence Reviews

Measuring the Quality and Performance of Healthcare Providers in Conflict Settings

The purpose of the review was to provide a summary of possible indicators which might be used to measure the performance and quality of healthcare in conflict-affected settings. There is...
HEART
2016
UNICEF/UNI169267/Crespo
Briefings

Scenario Building in Preparation for or during Humanitarian Crises

The humanitarian community often finds itself unprepared for unfolding humanitarian developments or sudden events: the 2010 cholera outbreak in Haiti and the sudden spread of Islamic State areas of control...
ACAPS
2016
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