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THE NEW WAY OF WORKING

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Jahal de Meritens

on 27 June 2017

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Transcript of THE NEW WAY OF WORKING

The New Way of Working
HUMANITARIAN
RESPONSE
HUMANITARIAN PROGRAMME CYCLE
(including EARLY RECOVERY)
01
DEVELOPMENT
UNDAF
Bilateral programmes
NGOs
02
GOVERNMENT
Emergency Plan
Recovery Plan
National Development Plan
04
PEACE & SECURITY
Stabilisation strategies
DPKO Integrated Framework
Security Sector Reform
Bilateral programmes

03
BEYOND MANDATES AND RESOURCES
JOINT NEEDS AND VULNERABILITY FRAMEWORK
CONFLICT
IMPACT OF THE CRISIS
NEEDS + VULNERABILITIES
a.
identify NEEDS + VULNERABILITIES
COMMON VISION
Joint Framework for Collective Engagement
b.
identify FACTORS TO BE ADDRESSED
TO RECOVER FROM THE CRISIS
c.
identify PLANS AND ACTORS
(humanitarian, development, peace and security, government)
d.
identify and reduce GAPS AND DUPLICATIONS
The UN Secretary-General urges the international aid system, including the UN, NGOs, and donors to commit to working in a new paradigm marked by three fundamental shifts:

* reinforce, do not replace, national and local systems

** anticipate, do not wait, for crises

*** transcend the humanitarian-development divide by working towards collective outcomes, based on comparative advantage and over multi-year timeframes
Report of the UN Secretary-General for the World Humanitarian Summit :
One Humanity: Shared Responsability
The New Way of Working :

Deliver collective outcomes: transcend humanitarian-development divides


Context matters: create joint problem statements driven by data and analysis
Move from individual short-term projects to collective outcomes
Draw on comparative advantage
Shift from coordinating inputs to achieving outcomes together
Empower leadership for collective outcomes
Monitor progress: accountability for change
Retain emergency capacity
Finance collective outcomes
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