Knowledge Management Platform

Other Country CODs examples

Life cycle steps: 
Establishing context specific baseline

3Ws Template

  • 3Ws template in excel
Life cycle steps: 
Availability of needs & response data and information gaps

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

Identification of Information Gaps & Planning of Assessments

The presentation reflect on weak areas, learn from good examples and identify approaches for assessment planning in different context.

Context: 
Rural
Urban
Life cycle steps: 
Determining current state of needs assessment
Localise coordinated assessment strategy
Population Types: 
All affected population

Basic Needs Assessment Guidance & Toolbox

The How-to Guide describes the sequence of practical steps necessary to ensure a successful Basic Needs Assessment (BNA) during emergencies, from initiation of the BNA up to reporting and dissemina

Life cycle steps: 
Localise coordinated assessment strategy
Designing Primary Data Collection methods
Primary Data Collection

Chad Multi-cluster/secteur Initial Rapid Assessment (MIRA) tool

MIRA tool for Chad was developed for sudden crises.

Life cycle steps: 
Establishing coordination to support coordinated assessments
Localise coordinated assessment strategy
Designing Primary Data Collection methods
Primary Data Collection
Data Processing and summary outputs
Process and coordination of joint analysis

Humanitarian Needs Assessment - The Good Enough Guide

Life cycle steps: 
Localise coordinated assessment strategy
Designing Primary Data Collection methods
Primary Data Collection
Basic data analysis
Process and coordination of joint analysis

CAR MIRA Tool

Life cycle steps: 
Establishing coordination to support coordinated assessments
Designing Primary Data Collection methods
Localise coordinated assessment strategy
Primary Data Collection

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

Coordinated Assessment and Information Management Training (CAIM) Training Module - 2020

CAIM training manual has been developed by NARAS, APMB, OCHA Geneva. The manual equips participants with a set of competencies and tools that allows them to:

Life cycle steps: 
Establishing coordination to support coordinated assessments
Determining current state of needs assessment
Understanding of context and enabling factors
Availability of needs & response data and information gaps
Localise coordinated assessment strategy
Establishing context specific baseline
Designing Secondary Data Review (SDR) methods
Designing Primary Data Collection methods
Estimation of Humanitarian Population figures
Secondary data collection and analysis
Primary Data Collection
Data Processing and summary outputs
Basic data analysis
Process and coordination of joint analysis
Summarising and interpretation of inter-sectoral analysis
Prioritising and informing decisions

Approaches to determining People Reached

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

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

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

Common Operational Datasets (CODs) Toolbox

Common Operational Datasets (CODs) are authoritative reference datasets needed to support operations and decision-making for all actors in a humanitarian response. CODs are 

Context: 
Rural
Urban
Life cycle steps: 
Establishing context specific baseline
Population Types: 
All affected population

OCHA’s 3W: Purpose, Target Audience, Scope and Products

Life cycle steps: 
Availability of needs & response data and information gaps

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

UNHCR: Needs Assessment Handbook

Life cycle steps: 
Localise coordinated assessment strategy
Designing Primary Data Collection methods