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27 Jul 2016 description
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A considerable number of displaced populations travelled across the contact line to access healthcare, education, employment, markets, services and their social entitlements, increased stress on available resources and services and impacted on both IDPs and host communities. Early Recovery Cluster partners contributed 11% to the total humanitarian response budget and 16% of total target population reached. The details of accomplishment are as follows:

31 Jul 2015 description

by Martin Bjerregaard, Technical Advisor to UNDP CIT


It is the aim of this Briefing Note with Strategy to present key environmental aspects and opportunities that relate to Early Recovery as a support to the UNDP Crisis Interface Team (CIT) within the Crisis Response Unit (CRU).

It is CIT’s ambition to mainstream and integrate environmental aspects and opportunities into Early Recovery activities and approaches across the Early Recovery cluster as a multi-dimensional issue.