CERTI  Home Button

About CERTI button

USAID's Role Button

Publications button

Themes Button

CERTI Resources Button

News Button

The "Linking Complex Emergency Response and Transition Initiative" aims to prevent and mitigate conflict as well as improve timely and appropriate response and transition (CPMR) support to populations affected by conflict. CERTI assists USAID and other international organizations in analyzing conflict causes, consequences and the effectiveness of programs to address conflict and complex emergencies; developing tools and training modules to assist implementing agencies in planning and evaluation in the context of conflict/complex emergencies, and disseminating best practices related to CPMR. CERTI has provided assistance to USAID field missions in transition strategy development and developing results frameworks for transition programs. CERTI analyses cover the thematic areas of human security, health and conflict, civil-military dynamics, psychosocial aspects of conflict/complex emergencies, early warning/risk assessment and monitoring and evaluation related to CPMR. CERTI tools include frameworks, manuals, information management software, electronic libraries and modular electronic training tools.


*****CERTI News Flash*****

Workshop on Complex Emergencies:
Collecting Data, Managing Information and Seeking Knowledge
September 8 – 9, 2003

Bureau of Intelligence and Research, U.S. Department of State, Humanitarian Information Unit

Human Security in Angola: A Retrospective Study



SMART Update

Standardized Monitoring and Assessment of Relief and Transitions
SMART Website


(CMA) Website update
CERTI partner, The Civil-Military Alliance to Combat HIV and AIDS (CMA) Website



The CERTI web site was developed with support from USAID and Tulane University. Questions or for more information, please email of Tulane University; Web Site Administrator, This web site is best viewed with Microsoft Internet Explorer.
  Search CERTI  Search WWW

Copyright Disclaimer Privacy Statement Contact Information Website Evaluation Text Only Site