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Annual reports from previous years
Leaflets and brochures
Newsletter 'On the Spot'
- August 2022: Floods in Pakistan - Support us with your donation
- July 2022: Out now: Our Annual Report 2021!
- June 2022: Global Hunger
- May 2022: Three month aid to Ukraine
- April 2022: Global impact of the war in Ukraine
- March 2022: Ukraine - Thank you for your support!
- February 2022: Ukraine - Urgend help needed
- January 2022: Cold snap in Syria: Donate warmth!
- December 2021: Merry Christmas and a blessed New Year
- November 2021: #MomentsOfHome
- October 2021: Communication as a success factor: talk, listen, help together
- September 2021: Working together against hunger
- August 2021: Haiti: Emergency aid for those affected by the earthquake
- April 2021: India's COVID-19 emergency: Here's how we help!
- Easter 2021: Hope now and always
- January 2021: No one is safe from COVID-19 until everyone is!
Including Persons with Disabilities in Disaster Risk Reduction: A Research Study from Eight Countries of Africa, Asia, and South/Central America
In 2021, a consortium of Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund Deutschland e.V. (ASB), Centre for Disability in Development (CDD), Christian Blind Mission (CBM), International Disability Alliance (IDA), and Malteser International (MI) commissioned a study on disability-inclusive disaster risk reduction (DiDRR) policy and practice across eight countries of Africa, Asia, and South/Central America.
The study describes progress, gaps, and identified good practices in line with the Sendai Framework for Disaaster Risk Reduction (DRR) 2015-2030 and concludes with recommendations to support improved disability-inclusive DRR. The study design, data collection, and analysis were based on the 10 key inclusion criteria aligning closely with the Sendai Framework:
- Disaggregated data
- Inclusive risk assessment and planning
- Inclusive risk communication
- Supportive governance/policies
- Direct representation of persons with disabilities in DRR
- Investments in disability-inclusive DRR
- Meaningful participation of persons with disabilities and Organisations of Persons with Disabilities (OPDs) in DRR
- Leadership of persons with disabilities in DRR
- Inclusive partnership
Archive of specialized publications:
- Perceived needs and daily stressors in an urban refugee setting: Humanitarian Emergency Settings perceived Needs Scale survey of Syrian refugees in Kilis, Türkiye, Boris Budosan, Sabah Aziz, MarieTheres Benner & Batoul Abras, 2016
- World Health Organization and emergency health: if not now, when?, 2016
- Evaluation of one mental health/psychosocial intervention for Syrian refugees in Türkiye, Dr. Boris Budosan, Dr. Marie Theres Benner, Batoul Abras & Sabah Aziz, 2016
- Neglect of refugee participation in Myanmar, Dr. Marie Theres Benner, Aree Muangsookjarouen, Egbert Sondorp & Joy Townsend
- Improving access to community-based mental health care and psychosocial support within a disaster context in Haiti, Dr. Boris Budosan, Katherine P O’Hanlon & Sabah Aziz, 2014
- Who Can Afford Health Care? Evaluating the Socio-Economic Conditions and the Ability to Contribute to Health Care in a Post-Conflict Area in DR Congo, Dr. Sibylle Gerstl, Dr. Justin Sauter, Joseph Kasanda & Dr. Alfred Kinzelbach, 2014
- Sexual violence in the protracted conflict of DRC programming for rape survivors in South Kivu, DR Congo, Birthe Steiner, Dr. Marie T Benner, Egbert Sondorp, Peter Schmitz, Ursula Mesmer & Sandrine Rosenberger, 2009