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Food Security Cluster Meeting IDB Building 4 February 2014.

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1 Food Security Cluster Meeting IDB Building 4 February 2014

2 AGENDA 1.Approval of Minutes ( ) 2.Harthal Impact Study 3.FSC Work Plan – First Quarter 4.Contingency planning: DFP TORs and List Inter-cluster coordination leads Earth quake questionnaire 5.CaLP Working Group 6.IMWG Update 7.Update on Minimum Preparedness Package (MPP) and FD6 8.Water Logging Update 9.AOB 10.Next Meeting

3 FSC Work Plan - First Quarter, Key Activities Area / FocusKey ActivitiesResponsible Planned Time Line Coordination Contingency Plan Finalise DFP TORs and List.CC & membersFebruary - March Finalise selection of Inter-cluster coordination leads.CC & membersFebruary Circulate soft copy of updated contingency planCC & teamFebruary Earth quake questionnaire and follow up.FSC team & membersFebruary - April Strengthen link with Government (and GoB Preparedness Plans) CC (with CLs) and DDMFebruary onwards CaLP Working Group Establish (cross cluster) CaLP Working Group, select WG Lead & finalise TOR. NGO to lead with FSC support February - April Minimum Preparedness Package survey Roll-out of MPP survey, cluster members to complete survey.FSC members 15 February onwards NFI Package Initiate discussion on minimum standards for emergency response NFI package. CC (FSC TWG members) & Shelter CC & HCTT March onwards ResponseCoordinate FSC response as required CC with team/CLs & members February onwards IM 4W update Collect updated 4W inputs based on new IMWG/DMIC template. IMO & MembersMarch onwards FSC Meeting CalendarEstablish FSC meeting / training calendarIMO ResponseProvide IM support (4Ws/mapping etc.) as requiredIMO with CC & members February onwards

4 FSC Work Plan - First Quarter, Key Activities Area / FocusKey ActivitiesResponsible Planned Time Line Needs Assessments EMMA -- write in full Arranging EMMA training and conduct exercise based on finalised product NA Officer / Oxfam and members March onwards TWG MeetingTWG meeting arranged on effective data collection system NA Officer and TWG members February ResponseAssist cluster with assessment findings and advocacy issues NA officer and members as required February onwards IPC TWG Meeting TWG meeting to finalize administrative boundaries, data availability, indicators, Report format TWG members and Analysts February IPC report update Acute report dissemination (printed copy) & chronic report finalization FSC members, TWG members and Analysts February Capacity strengthening & Analysis Level 1 training for the new participants Level 2 trainers (if possible IPC Regional Coordinator) March - April Training for data preparation and analysis Training specialist on relevant issue March - April Necessary preparation to conduct an acute analysis after a disaster TWG members and Analysts February onwards

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6 AGENDA 1.Approval of Minutes ( ) 2.Harthal Impact Study 3.FSC Work Plan – First Quarter 4.Contingency planning: DFP TORs and List Inter-cluster coordination leads Earth quake questionnaire 5.CaLP Working Group 6.IMWG Update 7.Update on Minimum Preparedness Package (MPP) and FD6 8.Water Logging Update 9.AOB 10.Next Meeting

7 Inter-Cluster Integration The FSC will, especially via designated Volunteer Inter-Cluster Coordination Leads, liaise with other Clusters for relevant integration (cross-reference cluster analysis, identify inter-cluster synergies and coverage gaps, and address cross-cutting issues) namely: Nutrition Cluster to ensure nutritional issues are identified and appropriately addressed/integrated. ACF to take the lead with WFP/FAO as an alternate. Logistics Cluster for logistics hubs available, mapping of road access, storage facilities, boats and other forms of transport. WFP to take lead and an INGO as alternate [alternate to be confirmed] WASH to ensure increased, equal and sustained access to safe and appropriate water, sanitation services and hygiene promotion. Solidarites International [pending final SI agreement] to take lead [alternate to be confirmed] Early Recovery Cluster to ensure longer term issues are taken into account. Concern Worldwide to take lead and an INGO as an alternate [alternate to be confirmed] Inter-Cluster Coordination Leads will represent FSC issues at Nutrition, Logistics, WASH and Early Recovery Cluster meetings and will provide timely written (bullet points) and/or verbal feedback on inter-cluster liaison to the FSC. In case an inter-cluster lead is unavailable, the alternate is responsible for liaison and provision of timely feedback to the FSC.

8 AGENDA 1.Approval of Minutes ( ) 2.Harthal Impact Study 3.FSC Work Plan – First Quarter 4.Contingency planning: DFP TORs and List Inter-cluster coordination leads Earth quake questionnaire 5.CaLP Working Group 6.IMWG Update 7.Update on Minimum Preparedness Package (MPP) and FD6 8.Water Logging Update 9.AOB 10.Next Meeting

9 Next Meeting Proposed FSC Meeting with DRR Presentation end February? Regular FSC meeting early March?


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