All tools and references listed below are available on the electronic Camp Management Toolkit either on the USB memory stick accompanying every hardcopy or from the website:


General WASH

  • CARE, 2011. WASH Emergency Response Programming Guidelines – Merlin, 2012. Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Guide
  • OXFAM. Introduction to Contracting out PH Engineering Works and Contact Management
  • OXFAM. Vulnerability and Socio-cultural Considerations for PHE in Emergencies
  • The Sphere Project, 2011. The Sphere Handbook: Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Humanitarian Response
  • UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR), 2007. Handbook for Emergencies
  • Water, Engineering and Development Centre, Loughborough University. Choosing an Appropriate WASH Technology


  • OXFAM, 2006. Water Quality Analysis in Emergencies
  • OXFAM, 2008. Household Water Treatment and Storage
  • World Health Organization (WHO), 2009. Delivering Safe Water by Tanker
  • WHO, 2009. How Much Water is Needed in Emergencies
  • WHO, 2009. Measuring Chlorine Levels in Water Supplies
  • United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), 2007. Water Safety Plans


  • OXFAM, 2005. Excreta Disposal For Physically Vulnerable People in Emergencies
  • RedR, 2006. Latrine Decommissioning Training Notes South Asia Earthquake
  • WHO, 2009. Planning for Excreta Disposal in Emergencies
  • WHO, 2009. Technical Options for Excreta Disposal

Solid Waste

  • OXFAM, 2008. Domestic and Refugee Camp Waste Management Collection and Disposal
  • OXFAM, 2008. Hazardous Wastes
  • WHO, 2009. Disposal of Dead Bodies in Emergency Conditions


  • OXFAM, 2008. Low Cost Drainage for Emergencies

Vector Control

  • Global WASH Cluster (GWC). Reducing environmental impacts of vector control chemicals in emergencies


  • GWC, 2009. Introduction to Hygiene Promotion
  • Oxfam, 2008. NFI Distribution How to Guide
  • WHO, 2009. Hygiene Promotion in Emergencies