Other OCHA Services
Example of the Analytical Framework used for Ethiopia HNO 2019
Generating structured information products that can facilitate joint intersectoral analysis of humanitarian needs is a major challenge in many humanitarian emergencies.
The Joint Intersectoral Analysis Group (JIAG) commenced work focusing on 2 pillars:
The Humanitarian Needs Comparison Tool, with data on Nigeria as an example.
This note is intended to provide optional guidance on calculating People in Need (PiN) for the 2020 HNO.
Terms of Reference for Syria Assessment and Monitoring Initiative (SAMI) June 2014
Humanitarian programme cycle (HPC) analysis and planning are currently mostly executed as a “one-off” exercise mostly during the third quarter of the year.
The humanitarian community and donors have acknowledged progress in improving the quality and credibility of Humanitarian Needs Overviews (HNOs) and Humanitarian Response Plans (HRPs).
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.
An increasing number of UN Country Teams and Humanitarian Country Teams in the field as well as headquarters’ UN agencies, international Finance Institutions such as the World Bank and national gov
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
Multi-year planning is typically undertaken when:
Examples on PiN methodologies, Severity of Needs, Market Analysis, Vulnerable Groups from 2018 HNOs.
Good practices and areas for improvement in the 2017 HNOs
(with regards to the development process and the output)
This document is a summary and compilation of the initial lessons learned from the 2019 Iraq HNO process.
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