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The Cash Learning Partnership (CaLP) aims to promote appropriate, timely and quality cash and voucher programming as a tool in humanitarian response and preparedness. Originating from the will to gather the lessons learnt from the Tsunami emergency response in 2005, the CaLP is today composed by Oxfam GB, the British Red Cross, Save the Children, the(More)
A molecular epidemiological study on Roman policemen is ongoing. The results of a first assessment of the occupational exposure to aromatic compounds of 66 subjects engaged in traffic control and of 33 office workers are presented in this paper. Passive personal samplers and urinary biomarkers were used to assess exposure to benzene and polycyclic(More)
Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the people and organisations who contributed to this literature review, in particular Martine Zeuthen (independent), Géraldine Chatelard and Valérie Clerc (Institut français du Proche-Orient), Dawn Chatty (University of Oxford) and Sophia Hoffmann (School of Oriental and African Studies). Thanks also to(More)
About the Humanitarian Policy Group The Humanitarian Policy Group at ODI is one of the world's leading teams of independent researchers and information professionals working on humanitarian issues. It is dedicated to improving humanitarian policy and practice through a combination of high-quality analysis, dialogue and debate. About the International Rescue(More)
Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the staff of Kituo Cha Sheria for their logistical support during the planning of this study, the secondment of one intern to the research team and for their help with revising drafts. Many thanks also to Marzia Montemurro (IDMC) for support in the initial planning of the study, background research and(More)
Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank UNRWA's West Bank Field Office for their support, assistance and input into this study. The tireless work of the Operations Support Office in supporting the development of the research framework, identifying communities for field research and assisting with contextual knowledge, logistical support and(More)
Disclaimer: This ODI Working Paper and related Background Note were commissioned by the UNICEF Regional Office for the Middle East and North Africa. The findings, interpretations and conclusions expressed in this paper are entirely those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the policies or the views of UNICEF and ODI. iii Contents Acronyms iv 1.(More)
Acknowledgements This report was written by Amelia B. Kyazze, Paula Baizan and Samuel Carpenter, international division, British Red Cross. We are particularly grateful for the research support provided by Ellie Lewis. We also wish to thank our interviewees from the British Red Cross and the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, as well as(More)
Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the staff of Kituo Cha Sheria for their logistical support during the planning of this study, the secondment of one intern to the research team and for their help with revising drafts. Many thanks also to Marzia Montemurro (IDMC) for support in the initial planning of the study, background research and(More)