Linking social protection and humanitarian assistance: A toolkit to support basic needs and wellbeing in displacement settings

This toolkit considers the implications of linking humanitarian assistance for displaced populations with social protection for ensuring the basic needs and wellbeing of displacement-affected populations. With this toolkit, we aim to offer guidance for both government and non-governmental actors (i.e. implementing agencies and donors) providing assistance in displacement settings. We root that guidance in evidence gathered across three key country contexts (Cameroon, Colombia and Greece), and we draw conclusions and make recommendations at the policy and programme design level.