How can the private sector better work with the humanitarian sector in pre- post-disaster reconstruction and development to reinforce local ownership and support localisation ? The need for humanitarian organisations to engage more with the private sector and vice versa – including environment professionals, financial services, manufacturers & suppliers – in post-disaster reconstruction and development … Continue reading “Working Together for Disaster Relief Conference”
Join us tomorrow at 3.00pm UK time for the TRACE Conference panel session on the topic of a "Climate Resilient Built Environment".
@GeorgeFoden will be discussing QSAND and the role that sustainability thinking can play in building community resilience
It's good to see the "greening the response" initiative getting focus in the latest @ShelterCluster report, and a shout out to the SMAC tool. If you're interested in how QSAND or SMAC can support the greening of shelter action, contact us!
We are pleased to share that a Chinese version of the QSAND manual is now available to access, thanks to the Chan Cheung Mun Chung Charitable Fund and their colleagues. Access the manual here, and stay tuned for more updates on our partnerships in China.