Other OCHA Services
This output is designed to support the Humanitarian Country Team in developing a shared understanding of the impact and evolution of a crisis.
Key humanitarian terms taken from the Operational Guidance for Coordinated Assessments in Humanitarian Crises (2012)
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.
This internal guidance for OCHA clarifies the responsibilities of OCHA in supporting joint inter-sectoral analysis of needs, as part of the Humanitarian Needs Overview (HNO) exercise as well as for
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
A multi-year HRP (MYP) can be used for planning and coordinating the delivery of humanitarian aid in protracted crises.
A Flash Appeal is triggered for sudden onset disasters, when the crisis surpasses the ability of the government and any one agency to respond adequately.
Generating structured information products that can facilitate joint intersectoral analysis of humanitarian needs is a major challenge in many humanitarian emergencies.
This guidance/tip sheet is elaborated as a follow up to the Principal’s decision on improving HRP costing in July 2017.
The strategic response plan articulates the shared vision of how to respond to the affected population’s assessed and expressed needs.
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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
The IASC Principals have agreed that major sudden-onset crises and/or substantial deterioration of a humanitarian situation triggered by natural and human-induced hazards1 or conflict, which requir
Between now and the end of 2018, OCHA’s Humanitarian Financing and Resource Mobilization Division (HFRMD) will facilitate an exercise to generate fresh thinking about our organization-wid
Just as with ‘People in need’ and ‘people targeted’, ‘People reached’ and ‘people covered’ are concepts which can be applied at various levels within a response plan: at the activity, sector, objec
Common Operational Datasets (CODs) are authoritative reference datasets needed to support operations and decision-making for all actors in a humanitarian response. CODs are
Humanitarian programme cycle (HPC) analysis and planning are currently mostly executed as a “one-off” exercise mostly during the third quarter of the year.
Monitoring of humanitarian aid delivered to affected populations has existed for some time.