Assisting Host Families and Communities after Conflict and Natural Disaster

These guidelines published by IFRC Shelter Department, are intended as a multi-sectorial tool for assistance to people affected by conflict and natural disaster, both as displaced individuals and as host communities. Particular attention is given to shelter assistance options.

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