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1 Implementing UNFPA’s Strategic Plan 2014-2017 Scaling up humanitarian action Draft 6 th February 2014

2 1.Scaling up humanitarian action in UNFPA 2.2013 in numbers 3.The Six Strategic deliverables Outline for discussion 2

3  The 2014-2017 Strategic Plan commits UNFPA to significantly scale up its humanitarian action through the following:  Strengthen resilience and better integrate fragility and transition into its programming  Increase its focus on the special needs of youth in crises  Mainstream humanitarian response throughout the organization— including through a clearer division of labour between headquarters, regional offices, and country offices  Ensure adequate resourcing for humanitarian response and effective management of human and financial resources to meet the needs and expectations in these settings. Mainstreaming humanitarian in 2014-2017 3

4 “Advancing” UNFPA’s delivery of SRH in humanitarian settings requires:  Preparedness of HQ, ROs and COs  Capacity building to delivery of MISP  Integration: FGM, Data, Youth, HIV  Performance Indicators (IASC alignment)  DRR – human security agenda (Rio+20)  RAS –humanitarian risk crises (EF) Humanitarian action in UNFPA 4

5  A total of 60 Humanitarian Projects implemented in 30 country offices, with largest projects being in Syria.  UNFPA as part of the IASC responded to three level 3 responses i.e. Syria, CAR and Philippines.  Supplied 9,663 RH kits valued at $5,709,126 to approximately 39 country offices.  Received 93% of global humanitarian appeals i.e. $38,615,215 out of requested $41,339,150.  A total of 2,835 people were trained and certified on MISP, of whom 87% (2,466) were from national partners agencies, 10% (270) were from regional partners and the rest i.e. 3% were UNFPA staff.  A total of 2,139 personnel were trained on GBV of whom 89% national IP staff trained on GBV, 7% from the RO officer partners and 4% from UNFPA.  For the first time Surge roster was activated consisting of 38 UNFPA staff of whom some were deployed to Philippines and Syria Crisis response. 2013 in numbers 5

6  Priority Countries Selection  Prioritization matrix  Final selection by Senior Management  Development and roll out of the Minimum Preparedness Actions for selected high risk country offices, all regional offices and Headquarters. Strategic deliverable #1 Develop and role out modalities for supporting 25 priority High Risk Countries 6

7  Establish a minimum and integrated signature package of interventions for priority UNFPA country offices with focus on UNFPA mandated areas of GBV, SRH, and Data as articulated in the SP2014-2017. Strategic deliverable #2: Minimum Package of Integrated Intervention: 7

8  Establish a humanitarian capacity development plan in coordination with priority high risk country offices, regional offices and HQ units based on the Humanitarian Organizational Capacity Assessment Tool (HuCAT). Strategic deliverable #3: Integrated Technical Operational and Programme Support (ITOPS): 8

9  Develop global Humanitarian Financing Framework for UNFPA  Map and expand regional and global humanitarian partnerships.  Development of Humanitarian Umbrella project  Donor and NGO Consultations at regional, country and HQ level.  Online access to all partnership agreements (esp with UN Agencies) Strategic deliverable #4: Humanitarian Financing and Partnership: 9

10  Policies and Guidelines.  Guidance note on UNFPA engagement in Programme Criticality  Guidance note on UNFPA role in DRR  Guidance note on UNFPA role in countries in transition and peacebuilding  Development and roll out of Humantiarian M&E framework- Inventory.  Communicating in Emergencies Strategic Deliverable#5: Technical Resource Development: 10

11  Operational plan for the implementation of the Strategic Plan  Development of Humanitarian Knowledge Management Plan  Updated website/microsite (tools, guidelines and standards)  Initiate online FTP Process and online EF Request and Approval Process  Establish Humanitarian Community of Practice.  Commence Quarterly UNFPA “SRH-GBV Humanitarian Roundtable” with invited guested from key Universities, Think Tanks, or even partner agencies to present and discuss on topical issues impacting on UNFPA’s work and for them to engage with UNFPA’s team. Strategic deliverable #6: Knowledge Management 11

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