Module 3 DUE: 21 November 2016

The Education Cluster’s Core Skills Course requires that all participants have a basic level of theoretical and practical knowledge and skills related to coordination prior to arriving.

We have therefore prepared FOUR modules with accompanying assignments to be completed and submitted according to the specified due dates.

Each module will contain a theory-based assignment as well as a practical, Information Management (IM)-based assignment. 

To qualify to attend the face-to-face portion of this course, you must complete and submit all assignments in Modules 1-4 on time.

All assignments and assignment-related questions should be sent to the Education Cluster at [email protected].

Module 3a (Theory): IASC Reference Module for the Implementation of the Humanitarian Programme Cycle (HPC)

Module 3a (Theory): IASC Reference Module for the Implementation of the Humanitarian Programme Cycle (HPC)

What is the purpose of the “Humanitarian Programme Cycle (HPC)

Select all that apply.

The Humanitarian Program Cycle applies to all humanitarian crises (except refugee crisis), but its process, timeline, tools and documents can be used flexibly and be adapted to the circumstances/needs of the particular emergency at hand

The Humanitarian Program Cycle distinguishes and provides different flexible timelines of implementation for which two types of emergencies?

Select the correct answer.

The Reference Module is a protocol developed to support the implementation of which following IASC initiative?

Select the correct answer.

Which is not an element of the “Humanitarian Programme Cycle (HPC)”?

Why are the assessment and/or secondary data collection and analysis and the development of the Humanitarian Needs Overview/MIRA Report so important?

What is the purpose of the Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP)?

What are the different steps of the development of the HRP?

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Review the HNO and identify capacities, assets and operational constraints in order to determine how to address needs in a given context.
 
Step 6
Convene a meeting or workshop of humanitarian stakeholders to review the ‘response analysis’ and lines the boundaries, sets priorities within those boundaries and assumptions. Agree on strategic objectives and indicators
 
Step 2
Hold cluster/sector meetings to determine cluster/ sector objectives and key activities – in line with the strategic objectives – and then (if applicable) prepare projects according to an agreed process, criteria and a division of labour
 
Step 4
Draft/compile the humanitarian response plan and circulate it to the HC and HCT for validation
 
Step 5
Consult government, development actors, civil society and affected people throughout
 
Step 3
Disseminate the plan broadly to ensure its use in each organization’s programming and fundraising
 
Step 1
Use the strategic objectives and indicators to develop a response monitoring framework and as the basis of reporting on results in the periodic monitoring report.
 
Step 7

What are the Steps of Humanitarian Response Plan Monitoring?

What are some of the donor considerations to keep in mind as a Coordinator?

Who is responsible for resource mobilization for the HRP?

What are some possibilities for resource mobilization?

What are cross-cutting topics to consider in the Humanitarian Program Cycle to ensure quality and accountability of the response?

Module 3b (IM): Education Cluster Monitoring Tool Analysis

Module 3b (IM): Education Cluster Monitoring Tool Analysis

Module 3b (IM): Exercise

Have you set up and sent your Pivot Tables and Charts to the Education Cluster at [email protected]?