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Humanitarian hands-on tool (HHoT) app


HHoT is a web and smartphone application with one-page guidelines on all issues relevant to the design and implementation of inclusive humanitarian response efforts that build disaster resilience. These ‘task cards’ are fully searchable and logically interlinked for ease of use, and can be shared, printed or saved as favourites. The whole app (which is fully accessible) can be downloaded to any mobile device and is then available without internet or mobile connection. It updates automatically on reconnection and input and feedback is invited from users to ensure the tool grows while staying focused, relevant and up-to-date.

Although disability inclusion is the driver behind the concept, inclusive practice excludes nobody and will make the resulting interventions more accessible to many other often-marginalised people (including older people, children and pregnant women).

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  • Themes:Children and Youth, Gender, Recovery, Vulnerable Populations

  • Short URL:http://preventionweb.net/go/54586

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