Knowledge Management Platform

Inter-Sectoral Needs Analysis and Integrated Response (Yemen)

Context: 
Rural
Urban
Life cycle steps: 
Process and coordination of joint analysis
Population Types: 
All affected population

Inter-Sector Analysis, Response Monitoring and Gap Analysis

Syria case-study : 2018 HNO

Life cycle steps: 
Process and coordination of joint analysis

2018 HNOs - Good Examples and Practices

Examples on PiN methodologies, Severity of Needs, Market Analysis, Vulnerable Groups from 2018 HNOs.

Life cycle steps: 
Estimation of Humanitarian Population figures

Humanitarian Needs Comparison Tool - Example

The Humanitarian Needs Comparison Tool, with data on Nigeria as an example.

Life cycle steps: 
Designing Primary Data Collection methods
Primary Data Collection

A Casement Lecture: Towards a Better System for Humanitarian Financing

USG's keynote speech in Ireland on 23 march 2018

Iraq Humanitarian Needs Assessments Strategy - 2019

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.

Context: 
Rural
Urban
Life cycle steps: 
Establishing coordination to support coordinated assessments
Population Types: 
All affected population

Analytical Framework - Ethiopia HNO 2019

Example of the Analytical Framework used for Ethiopia HNO 2019

Life cycle steps: 
Availability of needs & response data and information gaps
Population Types: 
All affected population

Other Country CODs examples

Life cycle steps: 
Establishing context specific baseline

Initial Assessment Report - Tropical Cyclone IDAI

Initial Assessment Report Tropical Cyclone IDAI | Mozambique | District of Dondo

Life cycle steps: 
Localise coordinated assessment strategy
Population Types: 
All affected population

Guiding questions: 2019 HNO/HRP Lessons Learnt (Syria)

Life cycle steps: 
Lessons learned

Lessons Learned 2019 Iraq HNO

This document is a summary and compilation of the initial lessons learned from the 2019 Iraq HNO process.

Life cycle steps: 
Lessons learned

Assessment Working Group (AWG) – Terms of Reference (Iraq context) 2019 / 2020

  • Assessment Working Group (AWG) – Terms of Reference  Revised 20 February 2020
Life cycle steps: 
Localise coordinated assessment strategy
Establishing coordination to support coordinated assessments

Terms of Reference: Assessment Working Group (Syria context)

Terms of Reference for Syria Assessment and Monitoring Initiative (SAMI) June 2014

Context: 
Rural
Urban
Life cycle steps: 
Establishing coordination to support coordinated assessments

Syria Multi-Sectoral Needs Assessment (MSNA) Methodology

The overall purpose of the MultiSectoral Needs Assessment (MSNA) in Syria is to provide valid information at a strategic level to identify critical needs according to geographic areas and sectors,

Life cycle steps: 
Designing Primary Data Collection methods

Joint Assessment Concept Note: The Syria Multi-Sector Needs Assessment (MSNA)

The Syria Multi Sector Needs Assessment (MSNA) is the joint effort of the humanitarian community based in Turkey to conduct a multi-organisation, multi-sector humanitarian needs assessment in acces

Life cycle steps: 
Localise coordinated assessment strategy

Joint Assessment Concept Note: Central African Republic MIRA

Life cycle steps: 
Localise coordinated assessment strategy

Assessment Working Group (AWG) – Terms of Reference and Work Plan (Syria context)

The Syria Assessment and Monitoring Initiative (SAMI) aims to be a multi-sector, multi-stakeholder group that supports a process to ensure the provision of timely, credible and use

Life cycle steps: 
Establishing coordination to support coordinated assessments

Assessment Registry Briefing

Life cycle steps: 
Determining current state of needs assessment

Microsoft Excel basics for data summary and visualization

Excel is an incredibly powerful tool and basic proficiency is critical for all OCHA IMOs.  Excel is used by OCHA IMOs in data collection, processing, analysis and in the creation of graphics f

Life cycle steps: 
Data Processing and summary outputs
Basic data analysis

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