8. Annexes

Annex 8.3.1 Managing risk, improving livelihoods: Program guidelines for conditions of chronic vulnerability. CARE 2003. CARE East and Central Africa Regional Management Unit, Nairobi.

Annex 8.3.2 Household livelihood security assessments: A toolkit for practitioners. CARE USA 2002.

Annex 8.3.3 The practitioner’s guide to the household economy approach.
Save The Children UK 2005.

Annex 8.3.4 Emergency food security assessment handbook. World Food Programme (WFP) 2005. WFP. Rome.


Annex 8.3.5
Food-security assessments in emergencies: A livelihoods approach. Young, Helen, Jaspars, Susanne, Brown, Rebecca, Frize, Jackie & Khogali, Hisham 2001. Humanitarian Practice Network Publications, Network paper 36.

Annex 8.3.6
Minimum standards in food security, nutrition and food aid. Sphere handbook 2004. Chapter 3: www.sphereproject.org/handbook/html/5_ch3.htm

Annex 8.3.7 Emergency food security interventions: A state of the art review. Feinstein International Center. May 2007.

Annex 8.3.8 Food resources manual. CARE USA 1998.
The CARE Food Resources Manual provides guidance on managing food aid programmes. The manual is currently being revised, and a new version should be available in 2008.

Annex 8.3.9 Emergency field operations pocketbook. WFP. World Food Programme (WFP) 2002.

The WFP emergency pocketbook provides detailed guidelines to manage emergency response food programmes, in particular programmes implemented with the WFP.

Annex 8.3.10 Livestock Emergency Guidelines and Standards (LEGS)


Annex 8.3.11
The coping strategies index: Field methods manual (version 2) Maxwell, Dan, Watkins, Ben, Wheeler, Robin & Collins, Greg 2003. CARE Eastern and Central Africa Regional Management Unit & World Food Programme Vulnerability Assessment and Mapping.

Annex 8.3.12 Missing the point. An analysis of food security interventions in the Great Lakes
. Levine, Simon, Chastre, Claire et al. 2004. Humanitarian Practice Network.

Annex 8.3.13
CRS seed vouchers & fairs 2004: Using markets in disaster response. Bramel, P, Remington, T & McNeil, M 2004. Nairobi. CRS East Africa.

Annex 8.3.14 Oxfam Cash Transfer Guidelines:


Annex 8.3.15
Market Information & Food Insecurity Response Analysis Tool: CARE USA’s has been working with Cornell University to develop a response analysis tool specifically for food insecurity. The tool is particularly useful in considering cash or food transfer interventions.
For more information on FRCT’s tool please contact Erin Coniker Lentz at ecl4@cornell.edu

Annex 8.3.16 Emergency Market Mapping & Analysis (EMMA).
A tool for rapid market assessments in emergencies – while less comprehensive than the Market Information& Food Insecurity Response Analysis tool that CARE has been developing with Cornell it is quicker to use and may therefore be appropriate in some circumstances.
The tool will be publish in early 2010 and there are trainings planned to accompany the publication. For more information please contact mmurray@care.org

Annex 8.3.17
UNICEF framework for causes of malnutrition

Annex 8.3.18
Community-based therapeutic care: A new paradigm for selective feeding in nutritional crises. Collins, Steve 2004. Humanitarian Practice Network, Paper 48. www.validinternational.org/docs/HPN%20Supplement%2048%20Community-based%20Therapeutic%20Care,%20November%202004.pdf

Annex 8.3.19
Women, girls, boys & men: Different needs—equal opportunities. Gender Handbook in Humanitarian Action. IASC 2006. IASC.

Annex 8.3.20
Agricultural rehabilitation: Mapping the linkages between humanitarian relief, social protection and development. Longley, Catherine, Christoplos, Ian & Slaymaker, Tom 2006. Humanitarian Policy Group Report 22.

Annex 8.3.21 Capacity Assessment of Emergency Food Security.

Annex 8.3.22
Recommendations toward an Emergency Food Security Strategy. Summary analysis and report. Maxwell, Dan 2007.

Annex 8.3.23 CI Emergency Strengthening Strategy (2006)

Annex 8.3.24 Food Policy (December 2001)—currently being updated by CARE USA, Food Resources Coordination Team

Annex 8.3.25 White Paper on Food Aid Policy (June 2006)—describes CARE’s decision to opt out of monetisation.

UNHCR Handbook for Emergencies