Knowledge Management Platform

Afghanistan Household Emergency Assessment Tool (HEAT)

The Household Emergency Assessment Tool (HEAT) is a multi-sector tool for all emergency response in Afghanistan intended to indicate emergency assistance needs.

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

UNHCR: Needs Assessment Handbook

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

Kobo Toolbox Manual

A detailed Kobo toolbox manual prepared by OCHA ROWCA office in Dakar.

Topics covered:

Life cycle steps: 
Designing Primary Data Collection methods
Primary Data Collection
Data Processing and summary outputs
Basic data analysis

Multi-Sector Initial Rapid Assessment (MIRA) Guidance

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

Context: 
Rural
Urban
Life cycle steps: 
Designing Primary Data Collection methods
Designing Secondary Data Review (SDR) methods
Estimation of Humanitarian Population figures
Population Types: 
All affected population

CAR MIRA Tool

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

Geo-Spatial density analysis to estimate affected population

Life cycle steps: 
Designing Secondary Data Review (SDR) methods
Population Types: 
All affected population

Data Entry and Exploratory Platform (DEEP) User Guide

DEEP is an intelligent web-based platform offering a suite of collaborative tools tailored towards humanitarian crisis responses.

Life cycle steps: 
Designing Secondary Data Review (SDR) methods
Secondary data collection and analysis

Training Manual for Training of Enumerators / Data Collectors

Life cycle steps: 
Designing Primary Data Collection methods
Population Types: 
All affected population

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

Using Modified Mercalli Intensity (MMI) scale to estimate population exposed to Earthquake shaking

Life cycle steps: 
Designing Secondary Data Review (SDR) methods
Population Types: 
All affected population

The IFRC revised Approach for Leading Emergency Assessment and planning (LEAP)

The powerpoint provide an understanding of  IFRC newly revised approach for Leading Emergency Assessment and planning (LEAP).

Life cycle steps: 
Designing Secondary Data Review (SDR) methods
Designing Primary Data Collection methods

Humanitarian Profile Support Guidance

Life cycle steps: 
Estimation of Humanitarian Population figures
Population Types: 
All affected population

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

Iraq Inter-Agency Rapid Needs Assessment Tool (RNA)

Life cycle steps: 
Designing Primary Data Collection methods
Population Types: 
All affected population

Optional guidance on PiN estimation by Humanitarian Consequences

This note is intended to provide optional guidance on calculating People in Need (PiN) for the 2020 HNO.

Life cycle steps: 
Estimation of Humanitarian Population figures

CAR 2014: Guidance for Enumerators on Data Collection (in French)

Ces lignes directrices sont élaborées pour appuyer la cohérence dans la collecte de données sur les besoins et assurer des évaluations efficaces et fiables par les enumérateurs.

Life cycle steps: 
Designing Primary Data Collection methods
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

Iraq RNA Questionnaire

Life cycle steps: 
Designing Primary Data Collection methods
Population Types: 
All affected population

Market Analysis: Technical Guidance Note on the Integration of Market Analysis in Different Types of Needs Assessments

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.

Context: 
Rural
Urban
Life cycle steps: 
Designing Secondary Data Review (SDR) methods
Summarising and interpretation of inter-sectoral analysis
Population Types: 
All affected population

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

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