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Title: Cluster Working Group on Early Recovery


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Cluster Working Group on Early Recovery
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Cluster Working Group on Early Recovery (CWGER)
  • Cluster members 19 UN and non-UN entities from
    humanitarian and development communities
  • FAO, ICRC, IFRC, ILO, IOM, ISDR, OCHA, OHCHR,
    UNDGO, UNDP, UNEP, UNFPA, UN-HABITAT, UNHCR,
    UNICEF, UNOSAT, UNV, WFP, WHO
  • Creation of NGO Reference Group for ER

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Strategic Framework
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Changes in working culture
  • Increased acceptance by traditionally
    humanitarian agencies to include ER in their work
  • Strategic partnerships between cluster members
    have evolved

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Conceptual clarity promoted
  • Improved understanding of early recovery
  • Rationalization efforts with UNDG/ECHA Working
    Groups on Transitions
  • Development of Early Recovery network model

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Early Recovery Network
SHELTER
HEALTH
NUTRITION
PROTECTION
WASH
FOOD SECURITY
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Early Recovery Network
LIVELIHOODS
SHELTER
HEALTH
GOVERNANCE
NUTRITION
RULE OF LAW
PROTECTION
LAND PROPERTY
WASH
FOOD SECURITY
COORDINATION
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Early Recovery Network
LIVELIHOODS
SHELTER
HEALTH
GOVERNANCE
NUTRITION
RULE OF LAW
PROTECTION
LAND PROPERTY
WASH
FOOD SECURITY
COORDINATION
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Tools and methodologies adapted/developed
  • Guidance How-to
  • Overarching ER Guidance Note
  • ER in transition
  • Sectoral guidance
  • on post-crisis land tenure and property rights
  • on return and reintegration in ER context
  • on child protection, wash, health, nutrition,
    education in an ER context
  • Needs assessment tools
  • Post-Disaster Needs Assessment (PDNA) as
    framework
  • Sectoral Assessments
  • Livelihood Assessment Toolkit
  • initial shelter needs assessment
  • inclusion of satellite based mapping tools
  • Framework for integrated local-level/area-based
    programming

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Capacity for ER at country level increased
  • Training Package
  • Training for IASC country teams
  • Training for ER Coordinator surge pool
  • Training on tools application
  • Specialized sectoral training

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Country-level response
  • Deployment of ER Coordinators to support RCs in
    set-up of ER network and strategic planning for
    ER
  • ER Coordinators network
  • Facilitate timely deployment of inter-agency
    expert teams
  • Support country-level resource mobilization
  • Establishing field presence with sub-offices

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Cross-cutting issues mainstreamed
  • Mainstreaming cross-cutting issues into ER
    gender, environment and HIV/AIDS
  • Mainstreaming ER into all other clusters ER
    network
  • Common framework for inclusion of cross-cutting
    issues in cluster approach

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Capacity and sustainability issues
  • ER Team at CLA established including dedicated
    CWGER secretariat staff
  • Cluster members have expanded their capacity in
    ER area and dedicated staff to clusters
  • Some activities only require one-time funding,
    examples include
  • Tools development
  • Development of training materials
  • Establishment of surge-capacity mechanism
  • Recurrent costs can then be mainstreamed

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Capacity and sustainability issues (cont.)
  • ER Coordinators never part of global appeal,
    funding through country level appeals so far not
    possible, currently supported by CLA
  • Mainstreaming of ER into existing clusters as
    proposed by the ER network model

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Challenges way forward
  • Large cluster (19 members) dealing with
    cross-cutting issues
  • Still need to work on transfering conceptual
    clarity into operational effectiveness at field
    level
  • common methodologies and tools take time to
    develop but need to react to crises now
  • Still inadequate response to ER needs in existing
    appeal mechanisms
  • Engagement with IFIs
  • Lack of human resources

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Challenges way forward
  • Low government involvement sometimes leading to
    weak operational linkage between cluster and
    government mechanisms
  • Cross-cutting nature makes it hard to identify
    one counterpart agency within national and local
    authorities
  • Need for recovery planning in addition to
    response planning at country level

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Challenges way forward
  • Lack of reliable baseline information
  • Rush back to normality competes with time
    required for an effective participatory process
  • Inclusion of conflict prevention/risk reduction
    into response
  • Need to improve ME aspects of Early Recovery
    programmes

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Cluster Working Group on Early Recovery
  • Thank you
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