Knowledge Management Platform

Training Manual for Training of Enumerators / Data Collectors

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

Humanitarian Profile Support Guidance

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

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

Assessment Registry Briefing

Example: Iraq Assessment Registry briefing for Clusters and partners (2018)

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

Humanitarian Glossary

Key humanitarian terms taken from the Operational Guidance for Coordinated Assessments in Humanitarian Crises (2012)

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

Assessment and Analysis Framework for Multi-Year Planning

Whether a crisis situation is resolving or has reached a standstill, multi-year planning requires deeper assessment and analysis than would be the case for short-term yearly planning.
Population Types: 
All affected population

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

2017 HNOs: Good practices and areas for improvement

Good practices and areas for improvement in the 2017 HNOs
(with regards to the development process and the output)

Life cycle steps: 
Lessons learned

HNO/HRP Process Overview

Context: 
Rural
Urban
Population Types: 
All affected population

Humanitarian Needs Comparison Tool - Guidance and Setting up instructions

Generating structured information products that can facilitate joint intersectoral analysis of humanitarian needs is a major challenge in many humanitarian emergencies.

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

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

Strategic Response Planning guidance

The strategic response plan articulates the shared vision of how to respond to the affected population’s assessed and expressed needs.

Context: 
Rural
Urban
Population Types: 
All affected population

HRP Guidance annex - Underfunded requirements

UNFUNDED REQUIREMENTS: HOW TO CUT?

HRP Guidance annex - Environment marker

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

Context: 
Rural
Urban
Population Types: 
All affected population

Better Humanitarian Financing Concept Note

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

A Casement Lecture: Towards a Better System for Humanitarian Financing

USG's keynote speech in Ireland on 23 march 2018

Monitoring: Needs and Response Updates in the Humanitarian Programme Cycle

Humanitarian programme cycle (HPC) analysis and planning are currently mostly executed as a “one-off” exercise mostly during the third quarter of the year.

Context: 
Rural
Urban

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