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Humanitarian actors can use the Environment Marker to identify the potential positive and negative impacts of humanitarian projects on the environment and to act on these considerations in work pla
This output is designed to support the Humanitarian Country Team in developing a shared understanding of the impact and evolution of a crisis.
Humanitarian programme cycle (HPC) analysis and planning are currently mostly executed as a “one-off” exercise mostly during the third quarter of the year.
Key humanitarian terms taken from the Operational Guidance for Coordinated Assessments in Humanitarian Crises (2012)
The presentation reflect on weak areas, learn from good examples and identify approaches for assessment planning in different context.
A guidance note prepared by NAAS on inclusion of market analysis in Secondary Data Reviews (SDRs), different types of needs assessments (MIRA, MSNAs, harmonized sectoral assessments) and HNOs.
Common Operational Datasets (CODs) are authoritative reference datasets needed to support operations and decision-making for all actors in a humanitarian response. CODs are
This document was prepared at the request of the Iraq Humanitarian Country Team (HCT) to ensure robust evidence to inform an increasingly prioritized humanitarian response.
Humanitarian needs overviews should be produced twice a year to support the Humanitarian Country Team (HCT) in developing a shared understanding of the impact and evolution of a crisis and to infor
A summary document, taken from UNHCR Needs Assessment handbook, about diffrerent types of needs assessment (initial, rapid and in-depth) and their respective methodologies.
HRPs build upon humanitarian needs overviews which provide the evidence base and analysis of the magnitude of the crisis and identify the most pressing humanitarian needs.
This document provides practical, step-by-step guidance on how to organise the collaboration among the various stakeholders to prepare joint inter-sectoral needs analysis, including for the Humanit
Terms of Reference for Syria Assessment and Monitoring Initiative (SAMI) June 2014
Generating structured information products that can facilitate joint intersectoral analysis of humanitarian needs is a major challenge in many humanitarian emergencies.
The Multi-Cluster/Sector Initial Rapid Assessment (MIRA) is a joint needs assessment tool that can be used in sudden onset emergencies, including IASC System-Wide Level 3 Emergency Responses (L3 Re
The strategic response plan articulates the shared vision of how to respond to the affected population’s assessed and expressed needs.
Example: Iraq Assessment Registry briefing for Clusters and partners (2018)