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The IRC uses our learning and experience to assist people affected by crisis and shape humanitarian policy and practice. Browse our research and resources. 

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IRC's Client Voice and Choice initiative and Ground Truth Solutions pilot case study A: integrated community case management in South Sudan

The IRC is working to incorporate the preferences, aspirations, and expectations of those we serve into humanitarian programming. This document examines a health program in South Sudan.

September 1, 2016
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Making the case and making the difference: strategies to promote client-responsive humanitarian aid

This briefing paper makes the case for staff to invest in client responsiveness, and outlines goals and strategies for the organization and the sector.

August 26, 2016
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Client responsiveness—resourcing considerations for project teams

This document provides humanitarian organizations an outline of the resourcing decisions needed when designing, setting up and implementing a client feedback and response mechanism.

August 26, 2016
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IRC's Client Voice and Choice and Ground Truth Solutions feedback reports

The IRC launched the Client Voice and Choice Initiative to meet the strategic commitment of becoming more responsive to its clients—those people affected by conflict and disaster around the world. This report analyzes data collected from client feedback during those pilots in Greece, Kenya, South Sudan, and southern Syria.

August 26, 2016
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Humanitarian action in an urban world: the IRC's role in improving urban crisis response

Urban settings require different approaches to delivering assistance and supporting populations compared to rural areas or refugee camps.

August 24, 2016
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Finding economic opportunity in the city: lessons from IRC's cash and livelihoods programs in cities within Lebanon and Jordan

Today, more than half of the world’s displaced people live in urban areas and the average length of displacement is 25 years. The humanitarian sector must adapt to meet the challenges of an urbanizing world and the increasing role of cities as places of refuge and economic opportunity, as well as sites of heightened risk of crisis, marginalization and inequality.

August 24, 2016
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Better aid: principles to reform and transform humanitarian financing

Sixty million people are fleeing their homes, two-thirds within their own countries and the rest crossing borders to seek refuge. While the world has never been more generous in responding, offering $28 billion in 2015, the $15 billion gap between humanitarian needs and available financing has never been so wide. We need better aid to make the greatest impact with scarce resources and overcome the challenges of modern displacement.

August 22, 2016
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Safe Healing and Learning Spaces Toolkit

A Safe Healing and Learning Space (SHLS) is a secure, caring and predictable place where children and adolescents living in conflict and crisis settings can learn, develop and be protected. The SHLS Toolkit provides child protection and education practitioners with all of the content needed to initiate an SHLS program.

August 18, 2016
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Europe Refugee Crisis: urgent action needed for protection of women and girls

Europe Refugee Crisis: urgent action needed for protection of women and girls Women and girls fleeing conflict, violence and insecurity are finding unsafe and substandard living conditions as they arrive in Greece, transit through the Balkans and seek refuge and asylum in Europe. This policy brief outlines four recommendations for governments, donors, and humanitarian actors to implement to improve the safety and protection of women and girls in Europe.

August 1, 2016
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Europe Refugee Crisis: urgent action needed for protection of women and girls

Women and girls fleeing conflict, violence and insecurity are finding unsafe and substandard living conditions as they arrive in Greece, transit through the Balkans and seek refuge and asylum in Europe. The lack of consideration given to women and girls within the crisis response has serious implications for their safety and well-being. Organisations at the front lines of the refugee crisis report that women and children – who have made up 59% of arrivals in Greece since January 2016 – are experiencing serious and varied forms of gender-based violence, including rape and sexual exploitation.The international community has a responsibility to protect all women and girls, regardless of their immigration status, from gender-based violence, abuse and exploitation, and to provide life-saving assistance to those that have been subjected to such harm.

August 1, 2016

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