Knowledge Management

This document provides an overview of what information to present and how to do so in the development of the Humanitarian Needs Overview.
Life cycle steps
Joint Analysis
Design of Data Collection
Data Collection > Secondary data collection and analysis
Joint Analysis > Process and coordination of joint analysis
Joint Analysis > Summarizing and interpretation of inter-sectoral analysis

This document is consolidated by OCHA on behalf of the Humanitarian Country Team and partners. It provides a shared understanding of the crisis, including the most pressing humanitarian need and the estimated number of people who need assistance. It represents a consolidated evidence base and helps inform joint strategic response planning.
Life cycle steps
Joint Analysis

This guidance supplements the Humanitarian Programme Cycle (HPC) Step by Step Guide on humanitarian response planning steps. It provides definitions, structured approaches and tools to facilitate response analysis and prioritization, formulation of strategic and specific objectives, and estimation of the number of people targeted in the Humanitarian Response Plan.
Life cycle steps
Joint Analysis > Prioritizing and informing decisions

This document provides an overview of the main steps involved in the development of the Humanitarian Programme Cycle.
Life cycle steps
Joint Analysis
Data Processing & Basic Analysis
Data Collection
Design of Data Collection
Planning
Setting-up Coordination
Joint Analysis > Prioritizing and informing decisions
Data Collection > Secondary data collection and analysis
Planning > Establishing context specific baseline
Data Collection > Primary data collection
Lessons learned
Joint Analysis > Process and coordination of joint analysis
Joint Analysis > Summarizing and interpretation of inter-sectoral analysis
Design of Data Collection > Estimation of Humanitarian Population figures

An AAR is a structured discussion focusing on drawing learning from an event/process. It looks at the divergence between the planned and the actual, and then identifies what went well or ill. The aim of an after-action review is to improve performance in the future by reflecting on the work of a group and identifying strengths, weaknesses, and areas for improvement. Simplicity is at the heart of the AAR, offering considerable flexibility on how it is applied. The tool is centered on bringing the relevant group together and the following themes:


What was expected or supposed to happen?
What actually occurred?
What did and did not go well and why?
What can be improved and how?

This document is consolidated by OCHA on behalf of the Humanitarian Country Team and partners. The Humanitarian Response Plan is a presentation of the coordinated, strategic response devised by humanitarian agencies in order to meet the acute needs of people affected by the crisis. It is based on, and responds to, evidence of needs described in the Humanitarian Needs Overview.
Life cycle steps
Planning

This document provides an overview of what information to present and how to do so in the development of the Humanitarian Response Plan. It should be read alongside the HNO Guidance and Template and the HPC Step-by-Step Guide.
Life cycle steps
Planning

This guidance document for the Joint Intersectoral Analysis Framework (herein ‘The JIAF 1.1 guidance’) is designed to assist country teams in conducting intersectoral analysis when preparing Humanitarian Needs Overviews (HNOs) and subsequent Humanitarian Response Plans (HRPs) as part of the 2023 Humanitarian Programme Cycle (HPC).
Life cycle steps
Joint Analysis