Knowledge Management

Example: Iraq Assessment Registry briefing for Clusters and partners (2018)
Context
Rural
Urban
Life cycle steps
Setting-up Coordination > Determining current state of needs assessment
Population types
All affected population

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 Responses). It guides subsequent in-depth sectoral assessments and provides decision-makers with timely, adequate, sufficiently accurate and reliable information to collectively identify strategic humanitarian priorities.

The MIRA Guidance is available in English, French, Russian and Spanish.
Context
Rural
Urban
Life cycle steps
Design of Data Collection > Designing Primary Data Collection methods
Design of Data Collection > Designing Secondary Data Review (SDR) methods
Design of Data Collection > Estimation of Humanitarian Population figures
Population types
All affected population

This output is designed to support the Humanitarian Country Team in developing a shared understanding of the impact and evolution of a crisis. The humanitarian needs overview helps inform strategic response planning. Most importantly, it works to ensure that credible evidence and a joint analysis of needs underpin an effective and prioritised humanitarian response.

Available in English
Context
Rural
Urban
Population types
All affected population

Key humanitarian terms taken from the Operational Guidance for Coordinated Assessments in Humanitarian Crises (2012)
Context
Rural
Urban
Life cycle steps
Setting-up Coordination > Establishing coordination to support coordinated assessments
Population types
All affected population

Examples on PiN methodologies, Severity of Needs, Market Analysis, Vulnerable Groups from 2018 HNOs.
Life cycle steps
Design of Data Collection > Estimation of Humanitarian Population figures