Humanitarian Exchange 51: Humanitarian Action in the Middle East

Language
English
Pages
40pp
Date published
01 Jul 2011
Type
Articles
Keywords
Capacity development, Community-led, Cash, Conflict, violence & peace, Refugees/IDPs, Urban
Countries
Bolivia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Haiti, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Myanmar, Occupied Palestinian Territory, South Sudan, Syria
Organisations
Overseas Development Institute
 Humanitarian action in the Middle East
2 The humanitarian challenge in the Middle East
4 Restricting aid: access and movement constraints in the occupied Palestinian territory
7 Supporting women in a difficult policy environment: the ICRC’s programmes for women-headed households in Iraq
9 Iraqi refugees: making the urban approach context-specific
12 Working with local organisations in Jordan
14 Addressing mental health needs in Lebanon
17 MSF in the Middle East: a challenging context

Practice and policy notes
19 What cash transfers tell us about the international humanitarian community
21 Local NGOs in Myanmar: vibrant but vulnerable
23 Christian faith communities and HIV in humanitarian settings: the cases of South Sudan, DRC and Kenya
26 Developing interagency DRR tools at field level: World Vision’s experience in Bolivia
29 A market-integrated response to an emergency in Kyrgyzstan
32 Ending isolation: solar solutions in Haiti
33 Integrating conflict mitigation into the INEE Minimum Standards for Education