Other OCHA Services
DEEP is an intelligent web-based platform offering a suite of collaborative tools tailored towards humanitarian crisis responses.
The powerpoint provide an understanding of IFRC newly revised approach for Leading Emergency Assessment and planning (LEAP).
The humanitarian community and donors have acknowledged progress in improving the quality and credibility of Humanitarian Needs Overviews (HNOs) and Humanitarian Response Plans (HRPs).
This note aims at providing examples of how PSEA may be integrated into Humanitarian Response Plans.
The report present findings in four key areas of inquiry on the role of OCHA in global and country-level leadership, strategy setting, OCHA’s role enabling the humanitarian system’s response,
This information sharing understanding is an agreed set of principles and standards under which STIMA -Assessment Working Group (AWG) partner organisations agree to share, store and secure informat
People affected by humanitarian crises, particularly those displaced and/or living in camps and camp-like settings, are often faced with specific challenges and vulnerabilities that must be taken i
Accountability to Affected People (AAP) is the active commitment by humanitarian actors to use power responsibly to take account of, give account to, and be held to account by the people they seek
This note provides tips for integrating PSEA into Humanitarian Response Plans, and offers examples of good practice in reflecting PSEA in response activities, plans and monitoring framewo
The document provides:
HPC 2020 Timeline, Roles and Responsibilities example from Somalia.
HPC 2020 Timeline, Roles and Responsibilities example from Sudan
The Humanitarian Programme Cycle (HPC) comprises several processes and stages, specifically coordinated needs assessment and analysis – leading to a Humanitarian Needs Overview (HNO) – and joint re
This presentation serves as an introduction to the HPC process and includes a brief overview of updates to HPC 2021.
This tutorial includes information on special COVID-19 humanitarian funding features created in FTS in the course of 2020.