The principle of ‘Do No Harm’ resulted from a collaborative learning project in 1993 undertaken by a group of UN organizations, bilateral organizations, and international and local NGOs, who began looking at how assistance interacts with conflict.
The attached book details how to put the principle of “do no harm” into practice. This book contains the lessons learned from the Do No Harm Project over the past twenty years. These lessons are largely techniques that enable actors to work in complex environments with confidence and effectiveness.
This book can be located here: Do No Harm – From Principle to Practice