Library

One of the main functions of the International Federation Reference Centre for Psychosocial Support is to gather and share knowledge. The PS Centre publishes training tool kits, resource kits, handbooks etc. on psychosocial support, which we have assembled here in one comprehensive library. You can download and print out all of these publications in this section or, alternatively, you can contact us to purchase the publication in book form.

A short leaflet with easy instructions for how to start a psychosocial support response after a crisis. It is easy to help
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Key Actions for Psychosocial Support in Flooding provides key actions on psychosocial support in flooding. It focuses on flooding of urban areas and on how to strengthen the resilience of urban communities. The material is very operational and helps prioritise actions and supports integrating psychosocial support in the overall response. The material is modular. It... Read more »
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Psychosocial Support in Flooding: Toolbox accompanies Key Actions for Psychosocial Support in Flooding: Creating resilience in urban areas. The toolbox provides and overview of available tools that are relevant for psychosocial suppoer in flooding situations. The toolbox consists of an overview of the tools, followed by a detailed description of each of the tools. The... Read more »
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Final versionCompetency Framework September 16
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Guidance Note Provides an overview of monitoring and evaluation approaches and principles as key components of the programme management cycle. Psychosocial programme objectives and indicators are covered in depth – including quantitative and qualitative indicators, the importance of triangulation of data, and the how “neutral” indicators are used in the Indicator Guide. The Guidance Note... Read more »
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A collection of indicators meant to be broadly applicable to IFRC PSS programmes of various kinds. Indicators are designed to measure the change produced by PSS programmes. Although each programme will be unique, certain key priority areas are shared among different kinds of PSS programmes. This guide therefore outlines sample indicators that capture the key... Read more »
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The toolbox contains guidance and tools (sample templates) for data collection in M&E of PSS programmes. The tools can be adapted to PSS programme, depending upon target group, activities and scope. These are tools that may be useful for your programme and many are drawn from existing PSS programme M&E tools, but they are not... Read more »
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The IFRC Monitoring and Evaluation Framework aims to support National Societies to design relevant M&E systems for psychosocial programmes, to help in programme planning and the development of strategies, and to mainstream global reporting of progress on PS programmes as they contribute to achieving the priorities of IFRC Strategy 2020. The framework consists of three... Read more »
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The Broken Links – a field guide has been adapted and translated into Russian by the Ukranian Red Cross Society. It was developed by tracing specialists of Ukrainian Red Cross Society. This guide is based on their experience in supporting families of missing  persons as a result of current armed conflict in Ukraine. The guide contains... Read more »
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Promouvoir le bien-être social par le sport et l’activité physique Le sport et les activités physiques peuvent être un puissant vecteur d’intégration sociale ; ils créent un sens fort de la communauté et du vivre ensemble. Ceci est particulièrement important dans les épreuves, qu’elles soient dues à une crise économique ou sanitaire, à la pauvreté,... Read more »

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