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Remote Humanitarian Management and Programming: Guidance Note


Ensuring the safety and protection of all staff, partners and program participants, whilst providing life-saving assistance in transitioning to remote management and programming models, is vital. This note is intended to guide international and national operational actors on how to adapt and think about remote management in the context of COVID-19. Humanitarian Advisory Group and CARE have collaborated on this guidance note.

This publication is the first under our Work in the Age of COVID-19 Guidance Note series, produced as part of our Humanitarian Horizons research program.