Groupe URD, GPPi
The Participation Handbook for humanitarian field workers contains detailed practical advice on the participation of affected people in humanitarian action and is arranged in three section; developing a participatory approach (main issues, key factors, building mutual respect, communication methods and advice on reviewing your approach); implementing your participatory approach at every stage of the project cycle (initial assessment, project design, implementation, monitoring and final evaluation); a list of tools and additional resources (books, internet sites, etc.).
Disruption of routine services, Donations of BMS / Infant Formula, Fear, myths, and misconceptions, Health worker overload, demotivation, Increase cost to access nutrition services, Increased risk of gender-based violence (GBV), Lack of or limited nutrition supplies, Infant Formula, equipment, Movement restrictions, No or limited community activities, Physical overcrowding, Reduced community demand, Reduced, low or no touch (women and children)
Humanitarian and emergency response