Tents, a guide to the use and logistics of family tents in humanitarian relief
This booklet explains how and when tents can be used, and how they can be adapted to suit the needs of peoplein emergencies (part A). The technical section of this booklet (part B) contains descriptions of tent types and tent parts. Part C contains performance standards and indicators for family tents.

UN, OCHA, 2004

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