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1 HAC 2013 webinar – Admin Issues Training will start at 7am New York time Once you are logged in please remember to mute your microphone. There will be time for questions and discussion after the presentations. Please use the chat option in the web ex to send questions and comments during the presentations; If sending a question in chat please send to EVERYONE (Any questions that can not be addressed during the training due to time constraints will be responded to by ) The webex sessions will be recorded and shared afterwards.

2 Rolling HAC & 2013 mid-year review 29 May 2013

3 What is the HAC? HAC gives COs visibility and a common funding document to support resource mobilization UNICEFs total emergency appeals (inter- agency + UNICEF) Sets ORE ceilings for each office

4 HAC as appeal & ceiling-setter Two ways for offices to set ORE ceilings: 1.inter-agency (CAPs, Flash, etc.) 2.UNICEF appeal (the HAC) These are the only ways to set/change ORE ceilings

5 One appeal– the Rolling HAC -annual HAC at start of the year and when situation warrants -Previously, Immediate Needs Documents and Humanitarian Action Updates -Now 1 tool/format to appeal/establish ceiling The Rolling HAC

6 Whats changed? Not a document a planning process & rolling appeal Print website, allows updates and reporting More results-based – Report against targets & within clusters (26 of 30 CERs had results tables) – Convey targets to achieve in 2013 More flexible (to updates & inter-agency)

7 2013 mid-year review (what) Mid-year review required, but adapted to context Sitreps for many – cleared at the CO; HAC revision for those that need it, but requires review at all 3 levels as its revising the ORE ceiling

8 2013 mid-year review (how) All HAC countries need to review at mid-year, and communicate: – Situation update – Plans/targets for remainder 2013 – Results against targets (1 Jan-30 June) – Funding requirements & Income

9 2013 mid-year review (how), cont. CAP COs review through an inter-agency process and communicate above through a Sitrep Non-CAP COs review internally, and determine whether to adjust requirements: – If no, then produce Sitreps – If funding requirements change, revise HAC chapter

10 Whether to update your HAC Non-CAP countries determine: – Funding gap (ORE income vs. current requirements) – Absorption capacity for remaining requirements July-Dec. – Projected change ( / ) in targets – Access – Change in situation-humanitarian needs greater/same/lower? If CO review concludes it can meet targets & implement by Dec., then leave HAC as is; If above requires more/fewer funds to implement by Dec., then adjust / Ok, as long as rationale provided

11 Deliverables Revised HAC chapters Or Sitreps For each: Reporting period 1 Jan -30 June Results against HAC targets Please use results tables & include clusters/sectors where relevant COs already producing monthly sitreps continue, with above

12 Only if revising HAC Timelines by 7 JuneNon-CAP countries notify RO & EMOPS whether need to change funding requirements, with rationale 1 July CO shares revised HAC chapters with RO & EMOPS RO reviews funding requirements 3 JulyRO & EMOPS provide comments, PARMO reviews income 8 JulyCO submits cleared version to EMOPS, cc RO 9 July EMOPS Director clears - shared publicly (website; PARMO/PFP; and at country level) after CAP MYR (week of 15 July) End July COs not revising HACs issue Sitreps

13 Wrap-up Changes are in response to feedback for a simpler and more streamlined process This very much depends on quality of drafts received RO/EMOPS can support (on appeals, decision process, performance monitoring), ex. Reporting against targets in results tables

14 Who to call? Regional Emergency Adviser and team HAC – start of year and mid-year: – Rafael Hermoso Issuing new/revised HACs outside these time periods: – CEE/CIS: Francois Ducharme and Gina Gugliotta – EAPRO & ROSA: Martijn Engels – ESARO: Jalpa Ratna and Gina Gugliotta including – MENA: Francois Ducharme and Tsedeye Girma including Syria Level 3 – TACRO & WCARO: Guillaume Sauval and Samantha Millar including Mali Crisis Level 2 HQ Humanitarian performance monitoring: – Martin Porter


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