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Markets continue to play a major role in the lives and livelihoods of the population of Gaza - before, during and after times of acute crisis and conflict.

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Corrie Sissons and Lisa Biblo
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Findings and Results of the Emergency Market Mapping and Analysis on Bamboo and Timber Market Chains in Cox's Bazar District, Bangladesh
December, 2017

Bangladesh is experiencing one of the worst humanitarian crises in its history due to an unprecedented influx of refugees from Myanmar. As of December 2017, the Inter Sector Coordination Group (ISCG) estimates that 623,969 refugees have arrived in Bangladesh since August 2017.

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William Martin
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For Oxfam Generic M&E Framework for WASH Market-Based Humanitarian Programming

Findings and Results of the Emergency Market Mapping and Analysis on Bamboo and Timber Market Chains in Cox's Bazar District, Bangladesh
December, 2017

Bangladesh is experiencing one of the worst humanitarian crises in its history due to an unprecedented influx of refugees from Myanmar. As of December 2017, the Inter Sector Coordination Group (ISCG) estimates that 623,969 refugees have arrived in Bangladesh since August 2017.

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William Martin
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Sunamganj District in the North East of Bangaldesh affected by flash floods
June, 2017

This Emergency Market Mapping and Analysis (EMMA) was conducted by Oxfam in Bangladesh, with support from national and local partners, with funding from the Empowering Local and National Humanitarian Actors (ELNHA) programme.

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Alexandre Gachoud, Atwar Rahman
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Haor Region, Sunamganj District in the North East of Bangaldesh affected by flash floods
June, 2017

This Emergency Market Mapping and Analysis (EMMA) was conducted by Oxfam in Bangladesh, with support from national and local partners, with funding from the Empowering Local and National Humanitarian Actors (ELNHA) programme.

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Alexandre Gachoud, Atwar Rahman
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Kailali and Bardiya Districts, Far-western Region
September, 2016

This Pre Crisis Market Assessment (PCMA) exercise on vegetables built upon the experience gained by project and field staff during a similar assessment conducted for rice, which highlighted that vegetables are important commodities that provide households with access to cash during floods in both

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Bibek Shrestha
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Tikapur & Rajapur areas, Karnali River Basin
December, 2016

The Global Zurich Flood Resilience Programme seeks to understand the role played by market systems in building resilience to floods. Within the project's outcome 2, “The impact of floods on market systems will be assessed, and strategies will be put in place to reduce market system vulnerability.” Specifically, this PCMA intended to explore the actual and potential roles that local and global markets have in building or undermining the resilience of the communities and to identify applicable interventions in the project areas of the Zurich Flood Resilience Programme in Nepal.

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Noémie de La Brosse, Al Cunningham
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Supplementary data sets for the 2016 PCMA in Harare looking at the water, sanitation and hygiene NFI market systems with respect to recurrent waterborne disease outbreaks in Harare. Practitioners should consult this document and authors for data sets in relation to WASH infrastructure, GIS locations and price mapping for specific services and commodities to reduce analysis duplication.

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Parvin Ngala
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Stoneridge, Hopely, Caledonia, Mabvuku-Tafarm, Dzivarasekwa, Kuwadzana
December, 2016

This report presents the summary findings of a Pre-Crisis Market Analysis (PCMA) carried out from June to September 2016 in Harare as part of a global programme funded by OFDA/USAID to understand how PCMA can be used to inform improved WASH emergency preparedness, response and resilience programming in complex urban environments. The summary seeks to pull together a city-level view of the WASH system based on the assessment, drawing out key commonalities and differences in the localities and presenting recommendations for emergency preparedness, response and resilience programming.

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Parvin Ngala and Katie Whitehouse
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