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Measuring Early Recovery
Transcript of Measuring Early Recovery
Main benefits of measuring Early Recovery
A common understanding of risks, needs, damages and losses, gaps, rights, and existing capacities;
Achieved by sharing analysis and pooling relevant data
Impact of the crisis
Early Recovery factors
Measuring early recovery
Measuring progress towards full recovery
Identify generic / context-specific factors, principles or capacities inherent to communities helping them to recover and strengthen their resilience .
Early Recovery factor tree
Prioritising recovery factors with strongest effect and easy to measure.
These priority factors can influence current plans and define additional priority programmes.
Formulate indicators for each key factor that has been prioritised, taking into account the existing data.
The choice of indicators to measure early recovery should be based as much as possible on the data available from existing M&E frameworks.
Monitor key indicators, whether positive or negative factors for the people's recovery process
of Recovery and
Accountability is a priority towards donors and affected populations, Government and donors:
measurement of Early Recovery is essential to enhance the quality of aid interventions
Facilitate possible reorientations and adjustments to aid programs as well as the acknowledgment of lessons learned and their application.
Linking to longer-term processes
To scale up and mobilize additional funds for Early Recovery as the foundation for resilience and an essential element of humanitarian-development nexus.
To showcase the added value of an Early Recovery/Resilience strengthening approach within the humanitarian-development nexus