Revised Inter-agency Field Manual
In 2010, IAWG launched the revised Inter-agency Field Manual on Reproductive Health in Humanitarian Settings that continues to serve as the authoritative guidance on reproductive health programming in humanitarian settings. The revised version is currently being field tested and all feedback is welcome. Please click here if you’d like to contribute to the review process, or here to request a hard copy.
Mama: Together for Safe Births in Crises
Mama is a professional community where frontline maternal health workers in crises can access information, support, and skills. Become a member on Facebook and share your knowledge, get advice and meet other members.
Minimal Initial Service Package
The Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for Reproductive Health is a priority set of life‐saving activities to be implemented at the onset of every humanitarian crisis. IAWG’s advocacy around the MISP standard was instrumental in facilitating consistent integration of the MISP into multiple high-level policy documents and guidelines, and at the field level, sustained advocacy has yielded observable awareness regarding the MISP in emergency response.
Read more about IAWG’s work on MISP, or to receive certification, go to the MISP Distance Learning Module.