People in Need  Humanitarian aid  Resources

Resources

Foto:

The website offers you the most useful and interesting toolkits, learning series, reports, program overviews, and other materials produced by PIN’s Relief and Development Department. It aims to share with practitioners, donors, universities, and other stakeholders the results of PIN’s work, its expertise, research findings, and practical recommendations. All resources are categorized according to PIN’s five priority sectors. We keep adding new resources, and you’re therefore encouraged to visit the website again and see what is new.

 

 

Education, Skills and Civic Engagement

 

Human Rights Based Spatial Planning in Cambodia. Guidelines 

 Is result of the implementation of the Human Rights Based Spatial Planning Project with inputs from HRBSP Conference 2015. We hope that the guidelines will serve current and future Civil Society Organization workers and local duty bearers engaged in spatial development and inspire them towards stronger inclusion of human rights based approach into their work.

PIN Cambodia (2015) 

DOWNLOAD Human Rights Based Spatial Planning in Cambodia. Guidelines

 

Using Documentary and Audiovisual Materials in Education

PIN Mongolia (2014) Using Documentary and Audio Video Materials in EducationThis handbook, developed for Mongolian schools, provides teachers with practical guidance on how to effectively use documentary and audio video materials for raising students’ awareness of current social issues as well as initiating debate and critical thinking. 

PIN Mongolia (2014)

DOWNLOAD Using Documentary and Audiovisual Materials in Education

 

Active Citizen, Manual for Youth Initiatives

Active Citizen, Manual for Youth   Initiatives

This publication provides guidance for engaging young people in different areas of the public life, such as environment protection, rural development, social inclusion, or media and communication (written in Georgian and English language). 

PIN Georgia (2013)

DOWNLOAD Active Citizen, Manual for Youth Initiatives

 

CAUCADOC How to Organize Documentary Film Festival

CAUCADOC How to Organize Documentary   Film Festival

Using PIN’s longstanding know-how in organizing large-scale documentary film festivals, the publication provides support to those who intend to use documentary films for raising public awareness and initiating discussion about existing social problems and inspiring solutions. 

PIN Georgia (2014)

DOWNLOAD CAUCADOC How to Organize Documentary Film Festival

 

Agricultural high school businesses - Workbook 1: School Business Training

School Business Handbook 1This publication provides practical guidance for strengthening education in practical and business skills at Afghan agricultural high schools. At the same time, it assists schools with gaining additional income for their operation.

PIN Afghanistan (2015)

DOWNLOAD Agricultural high school businesses - Workbook 1: Business Training

 

Agricultural high school businesses - Workbook 2: Business Plan Writing

School Business Handbook 2Summary of text lorem lorem lorem... Summary of text lorem lorem lorem... Summary of text lorem This publication provides practical guidance for strengthening education in practical and business skills at Afghan agricultural high schools. At the same time, it assists schools with gaining additional income for their operation.

PIN Afghanistan (2015)

DOWNLOAD Agricultural high school businesses - Workbook 2: Business Plan Writing

 

Handbook of Agriculture for Afghan Agricultural High Schools

Handbook of Agriculture for   Afghan Agricultural High Schools

This handbook aims to assist the managers, students, and teachers of Afghan agricultural high schools with introducing and following a practical education system at their school farms. It was published as a part of PIN’s long-standing agricultural higher education program operating in 33 provinces of Afghanistan. 

PIN Afghanistan (2012)

DOWNLOAD Handbook of Agriculture for Afghan Agricultural High Schools

 

Advocate Together: Toolkit for civil society organizations in Myanmar

This toolkit is designed to offer a comprehensive set of advocacy strategies and tools for advocates in Myanmar. Advocates can be individuals, communities, civil society organizations, or any other institution advocating for democratic and participatory development in Myanmar. The toolkit is aimed to serve above all local and regional civil society organizations based in Myanmar’s regions and ethnic states. Many of these groups have already been involved in advocacy activities, particularly in grass-roots level in their communities. This toolkit shall serve as a tool to enhance their work and support them in their future endeavours.

                           PIN Myanmar

                           DOWNLOAD Advocate Together: Toolkit for civil society organizations in Myanmar

 

Emergency Response and Recovery

Supporting Livelihoods Recovery in Syria

Supporting Livelihoods Recovery in SyriaThis Briefing Paper was prepared for PIN’s support of the livelihoods of conflict-affected households in Idlib and Aleppo Governorates in Syria. It covers four main topics: rapid overview of the agricultural sector before the conflict; livelihoods-related situation as of early 2015; practical response options; and cross-cutting programming recommendations. 

PIN (2015)

DOWNLOAD Supporting Livelihoods Recovery in Syria

 

Multi-sectoral Household Assessment, Zumar, Telafar district, Ninewa, 24—28th March 2015

Resilience and Nutrition Security

2016-2020 Global Nutrition security strategy

Integrated Programming for Improved   Nutrition - overviewPIN’s 2016-2020 Nutrition Security Strategy outlines the directions that PIN’s programming takes to effectively prevent and treat child undernutrition and to enable children to fulfil their potential. 

PIN (2016)

DOWNLOAD 2016-2020 Global nutrition security strategy

Indebtedness and its Link to Vulnerability during Dzud Episode amongst Vulnerable Households

Mongolian herding families are fully dependent on just two sources of income, both highly seasonal: from sale of cashmere (spring) and meat and animal products (summer and autumn). For the rest of the year, they survive from their savings, and often have to resort to taking loans from banks or local shops, which makes them vulnerable to natural disasters such as dzud, an extremely harsh winter which decimates herds. A study commissioned by People in Need in cooperation with ASIA-Onlus and conducted by a research team from the National University of Mongolia sheds light on the economic dynamic of herder households.

(PIN 2017)

DOWNLOAD Indebtedness and its Link to Vulnerability during Dzud Episode

Public Needs Assesment Report

Mongolia has one of the harshest climates in the world, characterized by a very brief warm season lasting about 2 months, and a long winter with temperatures reaching down to below -50°C. At the same time, 46% of the country’s 3 million population lives in remote rural areas, and among them the bulk are nomadic pastoralists. For those, livestock is the only source of livelihood, representing their entire cash income and contributing to approximately 30% of the herders´ food source (FAO in PIN 2016). Herder households have traditionally well-developed resilience and coping mechanisms to cope with the harsh environment, including the so called dzud.

DOWNLOAD Public Needs Assesment Report - overview

Integrated Programming for Improved Nutrition - overview

Integrated Programming for Improved   Nutrition - overviewThis leaflet provides a rapid overview of the geographical and programming focus on PIN’s global work on addressing undernutrition as of mid-2014. 

PIN (2014)

DOWNLOAD Integrated Programming for Improved Nutrition - overview

 

Toolkit for PIN's Nutrition Programming (IPIN)

Toolkit for PIN's Nutrition Programming   (IPIN)This toolkit outlines PIN’s multi-sectoral approach to addressing undernutrition and covers the following main topic: types, causes and impacts of undernutrition; integrating nutrition into existing programming; practical options for addressing undernutrition; and tips and tricks for program design, implementation, and M&E. 

PIN (2014)

DOWNLOAD Toolkit for PIN's Nutrition Programming (IPIN)

 

Checklist for Conducting Nutrition (Security) Surveys

Checklist for Conducting Nutrition   (Security) SurveysFive brief checklists focusing on the key stages of the most common nutrition-related surveys enable survey managers to quickly assess whether or not they have omitted an important step which may influence the quality of survey’s data. Each checklist also recommends the best sources of know-how for survey design, implementation and reporting. 

PIN (2015)

DOWNLOAD Checklist for Conducting Nutrition (Security) Surveys

 

An Overview of Hazard Mapping in Cambodia

An Overview of Hazard Mapping in   CambodiaThis report provides an overview of the hazard mapping resources and activities in existence in Cambodia (as of 2013), the main trends and potential focuses for the future.

PIN Cambodia (2013)

DOWNLOAD An Overview of Hazard Mapping in Cambodia

 

Multiple Indicator Assessment of the Urban Poor

Multiple Indicator Assessment of the Urban PoorThis report provides evidence on the food security status, care practices and nutritional outcomes of children and pregnant / lactating women living in poor urban areas of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Its final chapter provides practical recommendations for specific solutions to improving their nutritional status. 

PIN Cambodia (2014)

DOWNLOAD Multiple Indicator Assessment of the Urban Poor

 

Integrated Programming for Improved Nutrition - leaflet

Integrated Programming for Improved Nutrition (leaflet)This leaflet outlines the main components of PIN’s multi-sectoral work on preventing and reducing the prevalence of chronic and acute undernutrition in Ethiopia (as of 2015). 

PIN Ethiopia (2015)

DOWNLOAD Integrated Programming for Improved Nutrition - leaflet

 

Resilient Agriculture for Improved Nutrition

Resilient Agriculture for Improved Nutrition

This leaflet outlines PIN’s approach to strengthening resilience and addressing the key causes of undernutrition in Northern Bahr el Ghazal State of South Sudan. 

PIN South Sudan (2014)

DOWNLOAD Resilient Agriculture for Improved Nutrition 

 

A Study of Poverty, Food Security and Resilience

This urban poverty study shows alarmingly high levels of poverty and food insecurity and low levels of resilience in the main Afghan cities. It contributes to PIN’s long-term work on reducing the poverty and vulnerability of people living in the urban areas of Afghanistan.

PIN-DRC Afghanistan (2014) 

                          DOWNLOAD Study of Poverty, Food Security and Resilience

 

Best Resources for Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Interventions 

PIN prepared a selection of the most useful resources for designing, managing, monitoring and evaluating multi-sectoral nutrition interventions. Manuals, websites, software and other resources are divided according to eight key topics exploring the nutrition essentials and the links between nutrition and food security, WASH, health, emergencies, resilience and two crosscutting topics – M&E and behavioral change. Excellent package of the best available know-how for anyone working on addressing maternal and                                  child undernutrition!

                           DOWNLOAD Full Package of Best Resources (120 MB)

 

City at risk? Phnom Penh Hazard Vulnerability and Capacity Assessment

City at risk Cambodia

The report is based on the contributions from commune officials, local communities and field visits. It indicates areas at most risk in Phnom Penh as well as provides series of recommendations, which were formulated by PIN, local authorities and external experts. While each commune received a detailed report and map, the “City at Risk?” is a summary report providing overall picture on exposure to disaster risks.

PIN Cambodia (2016)

DOWNLOAD City at risk? Phnom Penh Hazard Vulnerability and Capacity Assessment

 

 

Social Inclusion and Protection

Practicing Universality of Rights

Practicing Universality of RightsThis report is the collaborative effort of several organizations which advocate for the rights of people with intellectual disabilities in south-eastern Europe. Its main focus is the extent to which the exclusion of persons with intellectual disabilities changed in the Western Balkan countries in the light of newly accepted human rights standards.

PIN (2012)

DOWNLOAD Practicing Universality of Rights

 

Alternative Site Planning in Phnom Penh

Alternative Site Planning in Phnom PenhThis report focuses on alternative spatial planning in urban poor areas of Phnom Penh which have been in threat of eviction due to the proposed highway no. 5. In order to contribute towards avoiding re-location, it offers an on-site solution acceptable to the residents, local authorities and other stakeholders. 

PIN Cambodia (2014)

DOWNLOAD Alternative Site Planning in Phnom Penh

 

Multiple Indicator Assessment of the Urban Poor

Multiple Indicator Assessment of the Urban PoorThis report provides evidence on the food security status, care practices and nutritional outcomes of children and pregnant / lactating women living in poor urban areas of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Its final chapter provides practical recommendations for specific solutions to improving their nutritional status. 

PIN Cambodia (2014)

DOWNLOAD Multiple Indicator Assessment of the Urban Poor

 

A Study of Poverty, Food Security and Resilience

This urban poverty study shows alarmingly high levels of poverty and food insecurity and low levels of resilience in the main Afghan cities. It contributes to PIN’s long-term work on reducing the poverty and vulnerability of people living in the urban areas of Afghanistan.

PIN-DRC Afghanistan (2014) 

                           DOWNLOAD Study of Poverty, Food Security and Resilience

 

Her Safety: Assessment of womens’and girls‘ protection needs in Nepal

Her Safety Assessment Report

 The purpose of this report is to share and disseminate information gathered during the planning, baseline assessment, and implementation of PIN’s Her Safety protection programme in Nepal. Alongside the implementation of the Her Safety protection programme, PIN conducted a quantitative and qualitative assessment in order to develop an understanding of the post-earthquake context with respect to women and girls’ perceptions of the following: Priorities post-earthquake; Largest insecurities; Places and times where women feel most insecure; Perception of rates of various forms of SGBV and whether this has changed since the earthquake; Level of trust in various local actors and common VDC level responses to SGBV.

PIN Nepal (2015)

DOWNLOAD Her Safety: Assessment of womens’and girls‘ protection needs in Nepal

 

Multi-sector assessment of girls attending school after the April 2015 Earthquake

PIN conducted a study of nearly 1000 adolescent girl students in Sindhupalchok district, Nepal – one of the most affected by the earthquakes in April and May 2015. The aim was to assess the needs and experiences of adolescent girls in the post-earthquake setting in reference to their safety, access to education, health, and food security. The findings will be used to inform the future implementation of the Her Turn program as part of PIN’s broader protection programming.

PIN Nepal (2015)

DOWNLOAD Multi-sector assessment of girls attending school after the April 2015 Earthquake

 

City at risk? Phnom Penh Hazard Vulnerability and Capacity Assessment

City at risk Cambodia

The report is based on the contributions from commune officials, local communities and field visits. It indicates areas at most risk in Phnom Penh as well as provides series of recommendations, which were formulated by PIN, local authorities and external experts. While each commune received a detailed report and map, the “City at Risk?” is a summary report providing overall picture on exposure to disaster risks.

                          PIN Cambodia (2016)

                          DOWNLOAD City at risk? Phnom Penh Hazard Vulnerability and Capacity Assessment

 

Human Rights Based Spatial Planning in Cambodia. Guidelines 

 Is result of the implementation of the Human Rights Based Spatial Planning Project with inputs from HRBSP Conference 2015. We hope that the guidelines will serve current and future Civil Society Organization workers and local duty bearers engaged in spatial development and inspire them towards stronger inclusion of human rights based approach into their work.

PIN Cambodia (2015) 

                           DOWNLOAD Human Rights Based Spatial Planning in Cambodia. Guidelines

 

 

Sustainable Production and Consumption

Energy Audits Of Chosen Typical Buildings In Mongolia

Energy Audits of Chosen Typical Buildings in Mongolia

This report presents the enormous energy saving potential of simple and reasonably priced efficiency measures proposed for the most common types of buildings in Mongolia. The survey was conducted as a part of PIN’s project “Turning Sheep Wool into Environmentally Friendly Building Material”.

PIN Mongolia (2013)

DOWNLOAD Energy Audits Of Chosen Typical Buildings In Mongolia

 

Strengthening Agricultural Extension Services - leaflet

Strengthening Agricultural Extension ServicesThis leaflet outlines PIN’s approach to strengthening agricultural extension services and improving food security in the rural areas of southern Ethiopia. 

PIN Ethiopia (2015)

DOWNLOAD Strengthening Agricultural Extension Services - leaflet

 

Protecting Ethiopia's Natural Resources - leaflet

Protecting Ethiopia's Natural Resources

This leaflet outlines PIN’s approach to improving natural resource management in southern Ethiopia.

PIN Ethiopia (2015)

DOWNLOAD Protecting Ethiopia's Natural Resources - leaflet

 

Market research report on sheep wool building insulation

Market Research Report on Sheep Wool Building InsulationThis report presents findings of a market survey aiming to assist private sector stakeholders with introducing eco-friendly sheep wool building insulation to the Mongolian market.

PIN Mongolia (2014)

DOWNLOAD Market research report on sheep wool building insulation

 

Veterinary Business Competence Survey

Veterinary Business Competence SurveyThis Business Competence Survey, conducted as a part of PIN’s CLIMAD project, focused on understanding the main strengths and weaknesses in the services provided by Village Animal Health Workers and local shops with veterinary medicines and vaccines in Pursat and Kampong Chhnang provinces of Cambodia. 

PIN Cambodia (2013)

DOWNLOAD Veterinary Business Competence Survey

 

Farmers’ Usage, Attitudes and Image of Veterinary Services and Vaccinations

Farmers’ Usage, Attitudes and Image of Veterinary Services and VaccinationsThis presented survey, conducted as a part of PIN’s CLIMAD project, addressed the gap in the availability of precise and reliable data on farmers’ usage, attitudes, and image of local veterinary services and vaccines in Pursat and Kampong Chhnang provinces of Cambodia. 

PIN Cambodia (2013)

DOWNLOAD Farmers’ Usage, Attitudes and Image of Veterinary Services and Vaccinations

 

Learning Series on Agricultural Extension

This brief summarizes the core findings of a commissioned evaluation of PIN’s agricultural extension project in the SNNPR region of Ethiopia. Furthermore, it assesses to what extent PIN – one year after receiving the final report – has used the evaluation’s lessons and recommendations for maximizing positive impacts of its work.

PIN Ethiopia (2015)

DOWNLOAD Learning Series on Agricultural Extension

 

The Chicken Value Chain Report of CLIMAD

People in Need (PIN) recognizes that while using high-quality data is essential for the programming of development agencies, their senior staff’s workload don’t allow them to read through often lengthy publications. As a result, interesting reports are produced but only few professionals read them. PIN’s EXECUTIVE REPORT SERIES therefore focus on sharing PIN’s best practices, research findings and practical recommendations in a brief, to the point and easy-to-read format.The presented analysis, conducted as a part of PIN’s CLIMAD project, addresses the gap in the availability of precise and reliable data on the chicken value chain.

PIN Cambodia (2016)

Download The Chicken Value Chain Report of CLIMAD

 

 

Share:

More...

Water sanitation in Syria

Water sanitation in Syria

22. March 2017
Syria;
Humanitarian aid;

Gallery
World Water Day in Syria

World Water Day in Syria

22. March 2017
Syria;
Humanitarian aid;

Article
Dzud Emergency Response 2017

Dzud Emergency Response 2017

22. March 2017
Mongolia;
Humanitarian aid;

Article

Vouchers and cash for work

Vouchers and cash for work

21. March 2017
Syria;
Humanitarian aid;

Gallery
Food and Work: Tackling Food Insecurity and Unemployment in Syria

Food and Work: Tackling Food Insecurity..

21. March 2017
Syria;
Humanitarian aid;

Article
Arming girls in post-earthquake Nepal

Arming girls in post-earthquake Nepal

20. March 2017
Nepal;
Humanitarian aid;

Gallery

Dzud Emergency Response 2017

Dzud Emergency Response 2017

22. March 2017
Mongolia;
Humanitarian aid;

Article
World Water Day in Syria

World Water Day in Syria

22. March 2017
Syria;
Humanitarian aid;

Article
Food and Work: Tackling Food Insecurity and Unemployment in Syria

Food and Work: Tackling Food Insecurity..

21. March 2017
Syria;
Humanitarian aid;

Article

Arming girls with tools to stay safe in post-earthquake Nepal

Arming girls with tools to stay safe in..

20. March 2017
Nepal;
Humanitarian aid;

Article
Alliance2015 for Syria

Alliance2015 for Syria

15. March 2017
Syria;
Humanitarian aid;

Article
The war in Syria enters its seventh year. The number of Syrians who have fled their homes is greater than the entire population of the Czech Republic

The war in Syria enters its seventh year...

15. March 2017
Syria;
Humanitarian aid;

Article

Water sanitation in Syria

Water sanitation in Syria

22. March 2017
Syria;
Humanitarian aid;

Gallery
Vouchers and cash for work

Vouchers and cash for work

21. March 2017
Syria;
Humanitarian aid;

Gallery
Arming girls in post-earthquake Nepal

Arming girls in post-earthquake Nepal

20. March 2017
Nepal;
Humanitarian aid;

Gallery

Six Years of War in Syria

Six Years of War in Syria

13. March 2017
Syria;
Humanitarian aid;

Gallery
Kitchengardening in Congo

Kitchengardening in Congo

1. March 2017
DR Congo;
Humanitarian aid;

Gallery
Dzud in Mongolia and helping to farmers

Dzud in Mongolia and helping to farmers

27. February 2017
Mongolia;
Humanitarian aid;

Gallery

2016: People in Need Supported 44,000 Families in Syria through Food Vouchers

2016: People in Need Supported 44,000..

13. March 2017
Syria;
Humanitarian aid;

Video
We help local farmers in Eastern Samar after typhoon

We help local farmers in Eastern Samar..

1. March 2017
Philippines;
Humanitarian aid;

Video

6. February 2017
South Sudan;
Humanitarian aid;

Video

Sima's Story: A Story of Education in Syria

Sima's Story: A Story of Education in..

14. December 2016
Syria;
Humanitarian aid;

Video
10 years of People in Need in Georgia

10 years of People in Need in Georgia

6. October 2016
Georgia;
Humanitarian aid;

Video
Support of agricultural cooperatives in Georgia

Support of agricultural cooperatives in..

25. August 2015
Georgia;
Humanitarian aid;

Video

newer page
of 87
older
More news

Read more about our Water & Sanitation projects!

Read more about our Water & Sanitation projects!


Resources

Resources

Manual, textbooks to download



Contact

Člověk v tísni, o. p. s.
Šafaříkova 635/24
120 00 Praha 2

IČ: 25 75 52 77
DIČ: CZ 25 75 52 77
E-mail: mail@clovekvtisni.cz
Tel: +420 226 200 400

Media
media@clovekvtisni.cz
Tel.: +420 222 350 811
Tel.: +420 777 787 943

Contact for donors
dary@clovekvtisni.cz
Tel.: 226 200 439

Other contacts

About us

Get involved

What we do

Follow us!

Our other websites

One World Film Festival

The One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival, organized by People in Need, is currently the largest documentary festival on human rights in the world.

http://www.oneworld.cz