Our technical publications
In October 2011, SOLIDARITES INTERNATIONAL launched a six-month pilot project, funded by UNICEF, aiming to improve the resilience of vulnerable populations in the area around Djugu. This project, funded by the ARCC tool (Alternative Response for Communities in Crisis), consists in providing exchangeable coupons which can be used to buy directly from selected local storeholders, thus proposing a wide range of non-food items to the beneficiary households. This article presents the main conclusions of the project evaluation to establish its impact on the resilience of the beneficiary populations and on the local economy.
This article, published in the magazine FACTS in June 2012, was written by a consultant and a member of our technical department. The aim of this study is to linger over the consequences of the earthquake of January 2010 on women and children and on the awareness/ or not of their specific features in humanitarian programs (in SI ones in particular). Some recommendations are formulated in order to improve our practices.
This report highlights the main results of a study carried out by SOLIDARITES INTERNATIONAL from November 2011 to June 2012 in collaboration with the local ONG Uttaran. The study covered the coastal belt in southwestern Bangladesh, an area severely affected by Cyclone Aila in 2009. The goal of this study was to identify the major challenges, impacts and effects of climate change on the livelihood opportunities of people from this area but also to identify the population's level of resilience and their coping strategies following natural disasters.
Nouvelle épidémie en R.D. Congo, flambées en Haïti, au Tchad… Eradiqué depuis plus de 150 ans dans les pays développés, le choléra est pourtant en pleine reconquête planétaire. Gregory Bulit, notre référent en eau, hygiène et assainissement, revient sur les ravages causés par une maladie d’un autre âge.
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