occupied Palestinian territory 2019 (part of 2018-2020 HRP)

Humanitarian response plan | Rev: 1.3

Contact

Sheri Ritsema-Anderson
ritsema@un.org
OCHA
Coordination and Support Services

The aim of the Coordination and Support Services (CSS) sector is to provide coordination for the implementation of a principled, timely, effective and efficient multi-year humanitarian strategy and operational response in the oPt, within the geographical scope identified as the area of operations for the 2018-2020 HRP.

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Cluster Objectives

  • CSS1

    Humanitarian response is implemented through effective coordination mechanisms and supported by the timely allocation of humanitarian pooled funds
  • CSS2

    Provision of humanitarian assistance is enabled through the promotion of humanitarian principles and the rights of Palestinians living under occupation

Indicator overview

Humanitarian response is implemented through effective coordination mechanisms and supported by the timely allocation of humanitarian pooled funds

Contributes tocheck_circleStrategic Objective 1 check_circleStrategic Objective 2 check_circleStrategic Objective 3
IndicatorUnitIn needTargetTargeted (%)Measure
IN0: # of local NGOs included in the HRP in partnership with indernational organizations (UN or INGO)066N/A
 
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IN1: # of coordination meetings held on a regular basisMeetings225225100.0%
 
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IN1: % of people targeted in the HRP that receive humanitarian assistancePercentage1006060.0%
 
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IN1: Average # of days required to process and award a grant via the oPt Humanitarian FundDays090N/A
 
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IN1: % of HRP projects with strong protection mainstreamingPercentage078N/A
 
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IN1: # of local NGOs included in the HRP with self-led projects065N/A
 
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IN1: # of updated IACP and cluster-specific contingency plans, including SOPs, and seasonalisation plans in place (Gaza)02N/A
 
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IN1: # of regular joint HRP monitoring and evaluation products completed and disseminated02N/A
 
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IN1: # of cluster or sector-specific humanitarian needs assessments conductedAssessments6583.3%
 
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IN1: Multi-year strategic plan is updated, as required, before end of 2019Yes/No11100.0%
 
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IN2: Humanitarian Needs Overview is updated with new data by end of 2019Yes/No11100.0%
 
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IN2: # of clusters that have mapped their partner's operational presence and response capacity (West Bank)6583.3%
 
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IN2: # of inter-sectoral humanitarian needs assessments conductedAssessments04N/A
 
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IN2: % of HRP projects with 4(M) or 4(B) gender with age marker codingPercentage078N/A
 
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IN2: % of timely monitoring field visits conducted to projects funded by humanitarian pooled fund allocations, with relevant cluster and inter-sectoral supportPercentage035N/A
 
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IN3: % of HRP projects reflecting a high level of Community EngagementPercentage066N/A
 
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IN3: # of common decentralised systems/platforms created, maintained and made accessible to the Humanitarian Country Team (HCT)Systems019N/A
 
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IN4: # of common operational datasets and functional information datasets created/updatedData012N/A
 
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IN5: # of information products produced to improve situation awarenessProducts050N/A
 
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