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A smarter humanitarian response

Syria Early Recovery Mainstreaming (Beirut 2016)
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Jahal de Meritens

on 27 September 2016

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Transcript of A smarter humanitarian response

Leadership
Strategic Use of Clusters

Simplified Cluster Management

Co-leadership

Minimum Commitments for Participation in Clusters

Strengthening NGO Representation in the Humanitarian Country Team
Transformative Agenda
Coordination
Transformative Agenda
Accountability
Common Humanitarian Programme Cycle to Achieve Collective Results

Assessment, Strategic Statement, Resource Allocation, Implementation, Monitoring, Reporting and Evaluation

Common Performance and Reporting Framework

Accountability to Affected People
Transformative Agenda
Good coordination practices
Roster of Emergency Coordinators for Level 3 crises

Empowered Leadership

Inter-Agency Rapid Response Mechanism (IARRM)

Leadership Training
IASC
Inter-Agency Standing Committee
2010
PAKISTAN
HAITI


The scale of international coordination arrangements should be
tailored to the operational context
and to
support the Government and national efforts
.

Avoid developing complicated coordination arrangements.

Not all clusters need to be activated in every response.
The 3 pillars of the Transformative Agenda

Leadership Accountability Coordination

Transformative Agenda
2005:
Humanitarian Reform
A smarter humanitarian response
1994 Genocide in Rwanda
IASC
Accountability to affected
populations
Resilience
building
Address people's
Needs and Rights
beyond life-saving
Empower
communities
Reduce dependency
to humanitarian aid
Integrated response
(Vs piecemeal
approach)
Development
principles
Respect for
local ownership
based on an
integrated,
inclusive,
coordinated
approach implemented by all humanitarian clusters
to gradually turn the dividends of humanitarian action
into sustainable crisis recovery, resilience building and development opportunities
early recovery
A SMARTER HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE
A sectoral approach
aim at
improving the efficiency of humanitarian response
improve the durable impact of humanitarian response
A common strategic approach
Respond to immediate needs whilst looking at longer-term impact
HUMANITARIAN PROGRAMME CYCLE
Livelihoods
- Agricultural and non-agricultural
- Economic recovery
- Government employment
- Cash and vouchers for seeds, fertilizer, hand tools, community infrastructure rehabilitation
- Rehabilitation of productive assets
(e.g. fishing boats, livestock)

Basic Infrastructure repairs and rehabilitation
- Waste management
- Utility systems (water, electricity)
- Roads, bridges, schools, clinics
- Local government buildings
- Community buildings: prisons, markets
- Mine awareness and clearance


Governance
- Rule of Law
- Peace and Reconciliation
- Community Stability
- Social Cohesion
- Local governance
- Civil Society



Capacity-Building
Investing in people:
- Farmers, health professionals, midwives, Community health workers
- Police
- Government services
- Small and medium enterprises
- Civil Society

TYPES OF PROGRAMMES
addresses recovery needs during the humanitarian phase, using humanitarian mechanisms that align with development principles
Early Recovery
2014
EBOLA
People in the middle ?
Gender-sensitive

Put the people at the center of humanitarian response




rather than a mandate, sector, or funding-driven approach
World Humanitarian Summit
Create a common framework under which both humanitarian and development actors can work together to ensure the safety, dignity and ability to thrive for the most vulnerable and at risk populations (UNSG).
From both humanitarian and development perspectives, a new way of working together - and partnering with peacebuilding actors - is urgently needed (HDAG).
HUMANITARIAN & DEVELOPMENT NEXUS
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