Links to other organisations' materials:

'Financial management for emergencies – a survival guide for humanitarian programme managers' is a website that can also be downloaded as a single file for viewing offline, designed to ensure that you have:
• A useful budget
• Good relationships with donors
• Enough cash
• The right finance staff
• Systems to record where money is coming from and going to
• Systems to control how money is used

UNHCR is the leading UN agency in this field. Their website has articles on refugee protection, the relationship with partner organisations etc. Resourcrs include a distance learning module “Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for Reproductive Health in Crisis Situationsfor Reproductive Health in Crisis Situations” (114 pp. PDF).

ReliefWeb is the information source on global crises and disasters – enabling humanitarian workers to make informed decisions and to plan effective response.

Oxfam does good work in this field. See their section on Conflict & Natural Disasters

The Red Cross is also involved and pays attention to those disabled in conflict situations: providing physical rehabilitation to people injured by landmines or other explosives, as well as in a large variety of other types of incident.