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Humanitarian Exchange 62: Special feature - The crisis in the Central African Republic

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Resource type:Articles
Language:English
Keywords:Communications, media & information, Conflict, violence & peace, Protection, human rights & security, Working in conflict setting
Countries:Central African Republic
Agency:ODI - Overseas Development Institute
Author(s):Picco, E. et al.
Date published:September 2014
Pages:40pp

The crisis in the Central African Republic
3 Central African Republic: fragile state, fragile response
5 Prioritising Protection of Civilians in peacekeeping in the Central African Republic
8 Safeguarding distinction in Central African Republic
12 Humanitarian evacuations in the Central African Republic
14 Supporting social cohesion in the Central African Republic
16 Promoting accountability in the Central African Republic response
19 Why not digital? Technology as an interagency tool in the Central African Republic
21 Supporting local media in the Central African Republic
24 Adapting to anarchy: the ICRC in the Central African Republic
26 Gender-based violence in the Central African Republic: IRC’s response
28 Needs assessments in the Central African Republic

Practice and policy notes
32 Protection of civilians sites: a new type of displacement settlement?
34 Using social protection systems to implement emergency cash transfers: the case of Lesotho
37 Gaining acceptance: lessons from engagement with armed groups in Afghanistan and Somalia
39 The HESPER Scale: a tool to assess perceived needs in humanitarian emergencies
 

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