I. Introduction to the MAM Decision Tool
A. Background and rationale for the decision tool:
WHO/Europe, in collaboration with partners, has developed a blueprint for a people-centred model of tuberculosis (TB) care that shifts care closer to people and communities. This entails moving towards ambulatory treatment and care, strengthening services involving primary care, and better integrating care across various providers, levels and settings within health systems.
Research Paper Series, 2016-17
Social Policy Section
KENYA, SOMALIA, ETHIOPIA, SOUTH SUDAN, UGANDA REGIONAL WASH GROUP FEBRUARY 2017
This research, carried out in conjunction with the International Organization for Migration’s Community Revitalization Programme and Social Inquiry, provides an evidence-based analysis of social fragility at the micro-level in areas of protracted displacement and emerging returns in Iraq. Data collected on these dynamics and the information generated from it are used to propose a new design and implementation of social cohesion programmes, with the aim of supporting broader-scale stabilization, development and peacebuilding efforts.
The evolving negative impact of IOD has resulted into below-average rainfall and drought situation in Ethiopia. There is significant gaps in drinking water supply to households in the six most affected regions. Water scarcity in lowland areas of Oromia, part of SNNP, Somali and Afar region is critical. Approximately 3.9 million people needs immediate water supply in 195 woredas of the 4 regions.
CONTEXTE ET JUSTIFICATION
CONTEXTE ET JUSTIFICATION
I. Personnes déplacées internes
WHO Toolkit for the care and support of people affected by complications associated with Zika virus
This toolkit incorporates and builds upon the relevant guidelines and supportive documents developed in the past year from WHO and partners as part of the overall global response to ZIKV. The toolkit is designed to serve as a model guide, with the goal of enhancing country preparedness for ZIKV outbreaks. It is essential that the toolkit be adapted to the unique national or local context before implementation.
NIGERIA HUMANITARIAN FUND
In February 2017, the United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator launched the Nigeria Humanitarian Fund (NHF) – a Country-Based Pooled Fund (CBPF) managed by the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian (OCHA) – in support of life-saving humanitarian and recovery operations. On 17 May 2017, the NHF Advisory Board requested the launch of a first round NHF Allocation 2017. The overall objectives guiding this, and future NHF allocations, include:
Gathering and analysing data – to study the consequences of crises and carry out activities in response – is an essential element of humanitarian work. It helps to ensure the relevance and effectiveness of such work, and enables accountability.
This book is a technical guide for field staff who, though not specialists in this area, need to collect and analyse data in connection with assessments and monitoring and evaluation. It covers everything from analysis design to the drawing of conclusions; and examines various approaches: qualitative, quantitative and mixed-method.
The main objective of the excercise is to get a common and shared understanding of Emergency Preparedness and Response planning processes and untimatly to come up with the first draft of WASH emergency preparedness and response plan for Libya
Methodology of Emergency Response Plan
Community members and humanitarian stakeholdersfrom all Sectors are strongly encouraged to refer individual cases of children affected by any form of neglect, abuse, violence and exploitation and to flag concerns regarding a situation affecting children to the Child Protection Working Group, led by the State Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development and co-led by UNICEF, and its member organizations.
Referrals should abide to the following principles:
Always seek consent prior to a referral.
Child protection is defined as “All activities aimed at preventing and responding to abuse, neglect, exploitation and violence affecting children” The UN Convention on the rights of the child defines a child as any human being below the age of 18 years. For a full explanation of child protection see http://www.cpwg.net
The PHIS function of activated health clusters (HC) has, to date, broadly been understood to encompass a range of activities and products, from simple, administrative information tasks such as maintenance of a list of HC partners, to far more technically complex activities such as the implementation and analysis of field surveys or epidemic surveillance.
A study on Health Cluster implementation lead by Merlin on behalf of the Global Health Cluster has recently identified the "lack of data for decision making" as a major gap.
Through HeRAMS, the Global Health Cluster aims at promoting and supporting good practice in mapping health resources and services availability in emergencies so as to strengthen informed based decision making by the Health Cluster.
I. Problem statement / Issues to be addressed
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