The Do No Harm Handbook - a useful tool to analyze the impact of humanitarian assistance on conflict

October 04, 2009 | By: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) Mark Blumberg
Topics: News, Canadian Charity Law, Global Giving, Ethics and Canadian Charities, Avoiding 'Charity' Scams

Any humanitarian relief organization that will operate in a conflict or post-conflict area should review “The Do No Harm Handbook (The Framework for Analyzing the Impact of Assistance on Conflict) which is located at: “http://www.cdainc.com/dnh/docs/DoNoHarmHandbook.pdf

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