Knowledge Management

Life cycle steps
Setting-up Coordination > Establishing coordination to support coordinated assessments
Planning > Localize coordinated assessment strategy
Data Collection > Primary data collection

In June 2012, the South Sudan Humanitarian Country Team requested support to facilitate a series of coordinated assessment workshops to promote systematic use of the South Sudan Initial Rapid Needs Assessment (IRNA) tool. The workshops aimed to promote the IRNA joint assessment methodology by familiarizing humanitarian practitioners in South Sudan on the purpose and uses of the tool and to obtain feedback from intended end-users.
Life cycle steps

The overall purpose of the MultiSectoral Needs Assessment (MSNA) in Syria is to provide valid information at a strategic level to identify critical needs according to geographic areas and sectors, assessing most important issues and their underlying factors, the on-going humanitarian response, humanitarian access and identifying information gaps and needs.. The present document contains both the methodology as well as the terms of reference of the MultiSectoral Needs Assessment (MSNA) in Syria.
Life cycle steps

The presentation reflect on weak areas, learn from good examples and identify approaches for assessment planning in different context.
Context
Rural
Urban
Life cycle steps
Setting-up Coordination > Determining current state of needs assessment
Planning > Localize coordinated assessment strategy
Population types
All affected population


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Life cycle steps
Planning > Availability of needs & response data and information gaps

UNFUNDED REQUIREMENTS: HOW TO CUT?
When a strategic response plan is being updated or revised, it is sometimes said that projects which have not yet started should have their budgets decreased, as there is now less time for implementing the activities. Some easy formulas are sometimes used, like “halve all unfunded projects”. In fact, things are not that simple. Practical recommendations on how to cut in case of underfunded requirements.