Knowledge Management

Disability inclusion in the HPC 2021 - Part 1 (inter-agency training) - (ppt)
JIAF: Overview of JIAF agreed guidance (ppt)
JIAF: Application of the JIAF guidance in the HNO (ppt)
JIAF: PiN webinar (ppt)

PiN aggregation example (XLS)
RECORDING of the webinar available here


HRP: Overview of adjustments and key changes (ppt)
HRP: Response analysis, strategic objectives and targetting (ppt)
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All affected population

(Available in English & French and Adobe InDesign version)

This document provides an overview of what information to present and how to do so in the development of the Humanitarian Needs Overview.  It should be read alongside the:


The HPC Step-by-Step re-asserts the sequence of the needs analysis and planning, with needs analysis directly informing the decision-making with regards to response, whether for the preparation of new plans or adjustments to existing ones.  At both the analysis and planning stages, it emphasizes commitments made at the World Humanitarian Summit and the Grand Bargain;
The JIAF Guidance supports and guides the work of experts (information managers, analysts, etc.), in-country Intercluster Coordination Groups and decision-makers involved in joint needs analysis. It outlines an analytical framework for inter-sectoral analysis – the Joint Inter-sectoral Analysis Framework (JIAF) – assisting with the identification of inter-linkages between various drivers, underlying and contributing factors, sectors and humanitarian conditions
Complementary guidance: 

HNO Addendum Risk and Forward Looking Analysis   
HRP Guidance on Response Analysis, Formulation of Strategic and Specific Objectives, and Targeting.








 
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Rural
Urban
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All affected population

This presentation serves as an introduction to the HPC process and includes a brief overview of updates to HPC 2021.
Population types
All affected population

This guidance is presented to support the 2021 Humanitarian Programme Cycle (HPC) and to help build on the ‘Enhanced HPC Approach’ initiated in 2019. This document intends to inform, support and guide the work of experts, tasked by country teams (or a similarly empowered entity) to produce a joint intersectoral needs analysis in support of the HPC. It outlines an analytical framework for such an analysis – the Joint Intersectoral Analysis Framework (JIAF) – to assist country teams with the identification of inter-linkages between various drivers, underlying and contributing factors, sectors and humanitarian conditions for their consideration in preparing their Humanitarian Needs Overviews (HNOs) and subsequent Humanitarian Response Plans (HRPs).




 
Life cycle steps
Joint Analysis > Process and coordination of joint analysis
Population types
All affected population

(Available in English & French version)

This document provides an overview of the main steps involved in the development of the Humanitarian Programme Cycle.  It should be read alongside the Humanitarian Needs Overview (HNO) and Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) templates, which indicate what information to present and how to do so; Complementary guidance , which provides a depth of information on “what” and “how to” elements; and the Facilitation Package, which provides illustrative agendas and presentations to assist with orienting and managing the process and discussions.





 
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Urban
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All affected population

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 prioritisation, formulation of strategic and specific objectives, and estimation of the number of people targeted in the Humanitarian Response Plan.
Context
Rural
Urban
Population types
All affected population

(Available in English & French version)
HRPs build upon humanitarian needs overviews which provide the evidence base and analysis of the magnitude of the crisis and identify the most pressing humanitarian needs. These needs inform the strategic objectives in the HRP. The various cluster plans follow from these strategic objectives.

Humanitarian response plans are primarily management tools for the humanitarian coordinator (HC) and HCT. In addition however they can be used to communicate the scope of the response to an emergency to donors and the public, and thus serve a secondary purpose for resource mobilization. Response monitoring in turn follows the strategic plan, as it seeks to determine whether the goals and targets set in the HRP are actually achieved.
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Urban
Rural

Life cycle steps
Design of Data Collection > Designing Primary Data Collection methods
Design of Data Collection > Designing Secondary Data Review (SDR) methods
Data Collection > Primary data collection
Population types
All affected population