October 5, 2017
For the HNO and HRP process taking place in 2017 for the year 2018, Child Protection Coordinators and IMOs can refer to the following for guidance and suggestions:
>> HNO / HRP Checklist (click here for English): This tip sheet contains hints regarding best practices and common omissions or mistakes. This brief document is intended to serve as a reminder and is divided into tips for both HNO and HRP processes (overall considerations, tips for indicators, targets, measurement as well as financial resources and OPS). Click here for French
>> Defining Child Protection Humanitarian Figures -- Working Document (click here for English): This was developed in line with the Humanitarian Profile Support Guidance to provide country-level CP AoR coordination teams with recommended approaches and best practices in defining the number of children affected, children in need of child protection interventions, and those you plan to reach with serivces (keeping in mind that the process of identifying overall, inter-cluster humanitarian figures is typically facilitated by OCHA through the inter-cluster coordination forum as part of the humanitarian needs analysis). Click here for French
>> Global Protection Cluster HRP Quick Guide (click here for English): Contains overall guidance and links to useful resources
>> How Field-based Protection Clusters and Sub-Clusters Work Together: Q&A (click here for English): This document comes in the form of Q&A followed by tips to guide the relationship between sub-clusters, such as child protection, and the protection cluster. Click here for Arabic & Click here for French
**Please note: Many of these resources continue to be improved based on learnings, and updated versions will be shared as we progress.
February 8, 2017
For the 2017 HRP Template, check out www.humanitarianresponse.info.
November 9, 2016
This document was developed by Plan International and the Child Protection AoR to guide coordinators and NGOs that co-lead child protection coordination groups. It offers senior management of NGOs and Cluster Lead Agencies (CLAs), as well as CP Coordinators, information and advice to help them decide whether and how to enter a co-leadership, or how to improve their existing arrangement.
Reports and evaluations all point to the positive benefits of co-leadership for a better response, and this guidance aims at making a contribution in further increasing co-leadership. This publication draws on a survey of NGO co-leads and key informant interviews with coordinators, NGO co-leads, and members of child protection coordination groups in several countries.
This is a growing area of interest in our sector (and beyond) with this guidance representing another step to increase co-leadership, which we hope in the future will also include more national and local NGOs. If you are currently sharing leadership in your context and would like follow up support or to share your experience, the CP AoR will be glad to hear from you at firstname.lastname@example.org
April 5, 2016
April 5, 2016
Secondary data is data collected by someone other than the user. A secondary data review is one of the several existing methods to consolidate information in a humanitarian emergency. Methods recommended by the global level CPWG for secondary data review include conducting a desk review (Desk Review tool or using the SDR matrix. The global level CPWG also promotes primary data collection - Data observed or collected directly from first-hand experience - using the data collection tools in the CPRA Toolkit, and situation monitoring. The SDR matrix and Desk Review tool serve a similar purpose of consolidating information that already exists. The SDR matrix consolidates child protection information in an excel spreadsheet allowing disaggregation and analysis of information by geographical level, affected population, domains, etc. The Desk Review tool is Word-based.
October 7, 2015
August 24, 2015
IASC Guidelines on Emergency Response Preparedness: 2015 Final version
August 24, 2015
This is the final version of the IASC Humanitarian Programme Cycle.