Word Limit:Each Topic500 Words including Reference list and proper in-text citation(In total 4000 words)
Referencing Style: APA 6th Edition
Reference Sources:This Report must be referenced from all Academic Sources and proper in-text citations must be used. All research for reference should be done from the following sources:
§ The Sphere Project – Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Humanitarian Response (n.d.)
§ The Sphere Project – (Free) E-learning course (n.d.)
§ Relief web
Go to the link provided under each topic and read the slides carefully. Then complete individually ONE-page Report (500 words including references) about Each of the following EIGHT topics:
1. Humanitarian Codes and Standards
· Describe the humanitarian principles that underpin emergency humanitarian practice.
· Identify the links between humanitarian principles, code of conduct, and service performance and accountability standards.
· Nine commitments Expected by the affected communities and people according to core humanitarian standard. (The Sphere Handbook, 2018 Edition)
2. Emergency Needs Assessment
· Recognise the importance of rapid and coordinated needs assessments in program design and implementation.
· Describe a range of different simulated assessment techniques
3. Information Management
· Understanding the importance of information technology in the response.
· Appreciate the application of information in the humanitarian program cycle.
· Understand the expectations of information products.
· Assesses the tool and product for the sharing and management of information.
4. Cash Transfer Programming
· Understand what cash transfer program looks like
· The context in which cash transfer programming is both ethical and efficacious.
5. Core Technical Sectors: Shelter, WASH, Health and Nutrition
· Identify the key challenges in shelter, WASH, health and nutrition for people affected by disasters
· Describe the major sectoral responses to these challenges
· Apply solutions to the humanitarian challenges using the Sphere Handbook
6. Protection – Mainstreaming and Practice
· Understand humanitarian protection and recognise the centrality of rights I protection.
· Examine the principle of Do No Harm and explain how risk is determined
· Identify how the mainstreaming for protection across programming can help mitigate the protection risks faced by crisis affected populations
· Identify specific protection concerns relating to children
· Compare the gendered consequences of disasters and impacts of SGBV
· Understand how people with disabilities are affected by humanitarian crises
· Understand the interactions between the environment and disasters
7. Core Technical Sectors: Livelihoods, Logistics and Education
· Identify the key problems relating to livelihoods, logistics and education for people affected by disasters
· Identify the role logistics plays in humanitarian response and perform simple logistics calculations
· Identify the key challenges around education in emergencies and the multisectoral responses required to address them
8. Settlement and Site Planning
· Distinguish between different site planning options and their appropriateness in different contexts
· Analyse a scenario and construct a three-dimensional site plan based on accurate calculations
· Demonstrate use of standards and knowledge of sectors
· Participate in working teams