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close this bookThe Sphere Project - Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Disaster Response (IFRC, The Sphere Project; 2000; 330 pages) [FR] [ES]
View the documentIntroduction
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open this folder and view contentsChapter 1: Minimum Standards in Water Supply and Sanitation
open this folder and view contentsChapter 2: Minimum Standards in Nutrition
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close this folderChapter 5: Minimum Standards in Health Services
View the documentIntroduction
View the document1. Analysis
View the document2. Measles Control
View the document3. Control of Communicable Diseases
View the document4. Health Care Services
View the document5. Human Resource Capacity and Training
View the documentAppendix 1: Select Bibliography
View the documentAppendix 2: Sample Checklist for Initial Health Assessment
View the documentAppendix 3: Sample Weekly Surveillance Reporting Forms
View the documentAppendix 4: Example of Mortality Dataset Presentation
View the documentAppendix 5: Sample Measles Vaccination Form
View the documentAppendix 6: Sample Water, Sanitation and Environment Forms
View the documentAppendix 7: Sample Sexual Violence Report Form
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Appendix 1: Select Bibliography

Initial Health Assessment

IFRC (1997), Handbook for Delegates. Needs Assessment, Targeting Beneficiaries. International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. Geneva.

MSF (1996), Evaluation Rapide de l’Etat de Santé d’une Population Déplacée ou Réfugiée. Médecins Sans Frontières. Paris.

RHR Consortium (1997), Refugee Reproductive Health Needs Assessment Field Tools. Reproductive Health for Refugees Consortium. New York.

WHO (1999), Rapid Health Assessment Protocols for Emergencies. World Health Organization. Geneva.

UNHCR (1994), People-Oriented Planning at Work: Using POP to Improve UNHCR Programming. UNHCR. Geneva.

Health Information System

WHO (1997), Communicable Disease Surveillance Kit. World Health Organization. Geneva.

WHO (1999), Recommended Surveillance Standards (WHO/CDS/ISR/99.2). World Health Organization. Geneva.

Measles Control

WHO (1997), Immunization in Practice. A Guide for Health Workers Who Give Vaccines. Macmillan. London.

WHO (1998), Integration of Vitamin A Supplementation With Immunization: Policy and Programme Implications (WHO/EPI/GEN/98.07). World Health Organization. Geneva.

WHO (1996), Safety of Injections in Immunization Programs. WHO Recommended Policy. (WHO/EPI/LHIS/96.05). World Health Organization. Geneva.

WHO (1997), Surveillance of Adverse Events Following Immunization. (WHO/EPI/TRAM/93.02 Rev.1). World Health Organization. Geneva.

Control of Communicable Diseases

Benenson, A S (1995), Control of Communicable Diseases in Man. American Public Health Association. Washington, DC. 16th edition.

UNAIDS (1998), Guidelines for HIV Interventions in Emergency Settings. UNAIDS. Geneva.

Health Care Services

MSF (1993), Clinical Guidelines, Diagnostic and Treatment Manual. Médecins Sans Frontières. Paris.

MSF (1997), Refugee Health, An Approach to Emergency Situations. Macmillan. London.

Perrin, P (1996), War and Public Health. Handbook on War and Public Health. International Committee of the Red Cross. Geneva.

UNDP/IAPSO (1999), Emergency Relief Items, Compendium of Basic Specifications. United Nations Development Programme. New York.

UNFPA (1998), The Reproductive Health Kit for Emergency Situations. United Nations Population Fund Emergency Relief Operations. Geneva.

UNHCR (1999), Reproductive Health in Refugee Situations: An Interagency Field Manual. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Geneva.

UNCHR (1996), Sexual Violence Against Refugees: Guidelines on Prevention and Response. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Geneva.

WCRWC (1999), Sexual Violence ò the Kosovo Crisis. A Synopsis of UNHCR Guidelines for Prevention and Response. Women’s Commission for Refugee Women and Children. New York.

WHO (1999a), Guidelines for Drug Donations (WHO/EDM/PAR/99.4). World Health Organization. Geneva.

WHO (1999b), Guidelines for Safe Disposal of Unwanted Pharmaceuticals ò and after Emergencies (WHO/EDM/PAR/99.2) World Health Organization. Geneva.

WHO (1998) HIV/AIDS and Health Care Personnel: Policies and Practices. World Health Organization Geneva.

WHO (1998), The New Emergency Health Kit 1998. Lists of Drugs and Medical Supplies for 10,000 people for approximately three months. World Health Organization. Geneva.

UNHCR/WHO (1996), Guidelines for Drug Donations. World Health Organization and United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Geneva.

WHO (1998), Essential Drugs. WHO Model List (revised in December 1997), WHO Drug Information Vol 12, No 1. World Health Organization. Geneva.

WHO (1997), WHO Drug Information. Recommended INN list International Non-proprietary Names for Pharmaceutical Substances. Vol I-III. World Health Organization. Geneva.

Human Resources

Overseas Development Institute/People In Aid (1998), Code of Best Practice ò the Management and Support of Aid Personnel. ODI/People In Aid. London.

Gender Issues

WCRWC/UNICEF (1998), The Gender Dimensions of Internal Displacement Women’s Commission for Refugee Women and Children. New York.

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