Over the past two years, under the Grand Bargain on Needs Assessments Workstream, UN Agencies, NGOs, donors, and others, have come together to enhance existing guidance and tools - and develop new ones - drawing on lessons learned and evolutions in technologies and thinking. At the same time, an enhanced approach for the 2020 Humanitarian Programme Cycle (HPC) within which a joint intersectoral analysis process is central, to inform planning of a multisectoral response. The work of the Grand Bargain on Needs Assessment has been integrated into the enhanced HPC, as have efforts in support of community engagement and accountability to affected people.
Save the Children, in collaboration with OCHA’s Assessment, Planning and Monitoring Branch (APMP) and the Grand Bargain on Needs Assessments workstream, are hosting a training for senior NGO staff on the integration of the enhanced HPC tools, in particularly approaches to joint analysis, and sensitize senior NGO leaders of deployable field staff.
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