Knowledge Management

This guidance document for the Joint Intersectoral Analysis Framework (herein ‘The JIAF 1.1 guidance’) is designed to assist country teams in conducting intersectoral analysis when preparing Humanitarian Needs Overviews (HNOs) and subsequent Humanitarian Response Plans (HRPs) as part of the 2022 Humanitarian Programme Cycle (HPC).

This document is consolidated by OCHA on behalf of the Humanitarian Country Team and partners. The Humanitarian Response Plan is a presentation of the coordinated, strategic response devised by humanitarian agencies in order to meet the acute needs of people affected by the crisis. It is based on, and responds to, evidence of needs described in the Humanitarian Needs Overview.

This guidance supplements the Humanitarian Programme Cycle (HPC) Step by Step Guide on humanitarian response planning steps. It provides definitions, structured approaches and tools to facilitate response analysis and prioritization, formulation of strategic and specific objectives, and estimation of the number of people targeted in
the Humanitarian Response Plan.

This document is consolidated by OCHA on behalf of the Humanitarian Country Team and partners. It provides a shared understanding of the crisis, including the most pressing humanitarian need and the estimated number of people who need assistance. It represents a consolidated evidence base and helps inform joint strategic response planning.

This OCHA internal document offers a structure for a country HRP monitoring plan, with narrative, timeline and monitoring framework. The PDF annotated template explains the different parts. The Word document gives a base to start from. The Excel templates allow to prepare the timeline, and the monitoring framework.

Ce document interne OCHA propose un modèle pour un plan de suivi du PRH d'un pays, avec un narratif, une chronologie, et un cadre de suivi. Le modèle PDF annoté explique les différentes parties du plan. Le document Word offre une base de départ pour démarrer la préparation d’un plan de suivi. Les modèles Excel permettent de préparer la chronologie ainsi que le cadre de suivi.
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The recommendations seek to support operationalization of humanitarian development-peace collaboration through scaling up Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR). This is not meant to be a “how to”
guide nor a substitute for the extensive guidance and tools on effective delivery of DRR; nor is it a substitute for the existing tools supporting implementation of the Humanitarian Programme Cycle
(HPC). Instead, it outlines ways to make DRR more integral to humanitarian planning and programming at country and local levels, particularly in more challenging contexts18. It is intended to help practitioners strengthen risk informed programming in
different phases, while leaving them room to adapt to the country context.