Targeting Guidance for Urban Humanitarian Response
A Review of Needs Assessment Tools, Response Analysis Frameworks, and Targeting Guidance
for Urban Humanitarian Response
This desk review was produced by the Stronger Cities Initiative Consortium, which is part of the Urban Crises Learning Fund. The consortium is funded by DFID and managed by the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) and was established to:
(i) Improve how stakeholders in urban crises engage
with each other to form new partnerships and make
better decisions, and
(ii) Improve mitigation of disasters, preparedness and
response by developing, testing and disseminating
new approaches to forming relationships and
systems.

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