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Minimum Economic Recovery Standards: Key Messages for Nepal
When responding to emergencies like the massive 7.8 earthquake that recently devastated Nepal, first responders have demonstrated a need for guidance and standards related to when and how to begin a market assessment, what type of assessment to carry out, and how to ensure limited resources are invested wisely and do not do harm. This document provides an overview of the Minimum Economic Recovery Standards (MERS) and key messages that are particularly relevant to the 2015 situation in Nepal. The MERS guide practitioners in the field to effectively design assessment-based emergency response programs that support the economic recovery and livelihoods of affected populations in the wake of a crisis.… Read More ›
Livestock Emergency Guidelines and Standards (LEGS): Second Edition
Livestock Emergency Guidelines and Standards (LEGS) is a set of international guidelines and standards for designing, implementing, and evaluating livestock interventions to help people affected by humanitarian crises. This is the Second Edition of the LEGS handbook.… Read More ›
 Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action
The Child Protection Working Group Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action (CPMS) establish common principles aimed at strengthening coordination amongst — and improving accountability of — child protection workers. … Read More ›
The Sphere Handbook: Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Humanitarian Response
The Sphere Handbook by the Sphere Project is one of the most widely known and internationally recognized sets of common principles and universal minimum standards for the delivery of quality humanitarian response. Because it is not owned by any one organization, the Sphere Handbook enjoys broad acceptance by the humanitarian sector as a whole.… Read More ›
Minimum Economic Recovery Standards
The Minimum Economic Recovery Standards articulate the minimum level of technical and other assistance to be provided in promoting the recovery of economies and livelihoods affected by crisis.… Read More ›
Minimum Standards for Education: Preparedness, Response, Recovery
The only global tool that articulates the minimum level of educational quality and access in emergencies through to recovery, the Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) Minimum standards for Education: Preparedness, Response, Recovery covers all domains of educational response from access and safety of learners, to the development of curricula and the role of teachers.… Read More ›
Cash Transfer Programming Toolkit
The Cash Transfer Programming (CTP) Toolkit is a basic guide to cash transfer programming in emergency response and early recovery settings. It aligns with Mercy Corps’ Vision for Change and Program Management Manual and is based upon best practices and practical experience. The CTP Toolkit, however, cannot address every potential situation or programmatic response. Specically, it does not cover the use of cash as a social safety net, in private sector development, or in financial services payments and subsidies. Rather, this Toolkit provides general guidance for CTP, as well as rationales and best practices relevant to the different types of cash transfers.

We anticipate this Toolkit will be used by field and HQ-based team members who are designing and/or implementing CTP in emergency or early recovery settings. It has been written for those with limited or no CTP experience.
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Do Financial Services Build Disaster Resilience? - Examining the Determinents of Recovery from Typhoon Yolanda in the Philippines
In November 2013, the Philippines was devastated by Typhoon Yolanda. In response, Mercy Corps initiated programming aimed at speeding affected households’ economic recovery and promoting their resilience to future natural disasters. The interventions were designed with the assumption that access to formal financial products, such as savings accounts, as well as the provision of cash assistance would increase households’ resilience to future shocks. This study analyzed survey data from households in Western Leyte, Philippines to test this and other common assumptions regarding what characteristics contribute to disaster resilience. Specifically, it tests the extent to which formal financial products, diversity of income sources, social capital, and other sources of support are linked to households’ recovery from effects of the typhoon and their perceived ability to cope with similar disasters in the future.… Read More ›
Literature Review on the Use of Cash in Shelter
The objective of this study is to better prepare the Global Shelter Cluster (GSC) to respond to the needs of the field, providing expertise and technical support remotely and on mission. This literature review has taken stock of what has been done so far on cash for shelter, housing finance, and has looked into existing market assessment tools.… Read More ›
Early Agricultural Market Led Recovery in the Context of the 2015 Nepal Earthquake
Functioning markets for goods, services and commodities are essential for development and growth. Hence, in the wake of a disaster, early market recovery is crucial in ensuring sustainable recovery. In Nepal, agriculture is an important sector, providing employment opportunities to 66 percent of the population and contributing to 35 percent in the GDP. It is therefore critical that agricultural markets be considered and supported in early disaster recovery following the recent earthquakes.… Read More ›
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