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Objectives

At the end of this module particpants should be able to:

- Explain what IM is
- Describe the IM Cycle
- Understand IM in humanitarian response
- Fragmented data/processes/technologies/actors

- Illustrate the role of IMO

Introduction

Layout of module

- Role of IM from real people (interviews showing many different facets of IM)
- Definition of IM from known sources
- Why we need IM
- Goal of IM
- Introduce humanitarian context (videos: Canadian military from Haiti, herding cats

Describe the IM Cycle

- Input graphic of IM cycle

Describe the IM Cycle

- Describe each stage of cycle
- Purpose
- Identify related guidance

Illustrate the role of IMO

- Describe how the work of an IMO contributes to decision making
- Highlights different aspects of the cycle
- Examples of profiles of IMOs

Explain what this mean for humanitarian response

- Example of a natural disaster to give context

Explain what this mean for humanitarian response

- Introduce stakeholders (local govn’t, clusters, OCHA, agencies, affected population, donors) – Put this in module 4: convergence)
- Guiding humanitarian IM principles (module1 p4-6)
- Humanitarian data and info (module 1 p 9)
- Humanitarian analysis (module 1 p 9)

Explain what this mean for humanitarian response

- Introduce stakeholders (local govn’t, clusters, OCHA, agencies, affected population, donors)
- Guiding humanitarian IM principles (module1 p4-6)
- Humanitarian data and info (module 1 p 9)
- Humanitarian analysis (module 1 p 9)

Data and information

- Contextual info
- Needs info
- Intervention Info
- Coordination info

Explain what this mean for humanitarian response

- Introduce stakeholders (local govn’t, clusters, OCHA, agencies, affected population, donors)
- Visual to show crowded (organizations)humanitarian space and the potential IM has to streamline required information to respond

Explain what this mean for humanitarian response Quiz: match visual with principle

- Guiding humanitarian IM principles (module1 p4-6) include visuals
- (examine the humanitarian imperative)

Explain what this mean for humanitarian response

- Humanitarian data and info (module 1 p 9)

Explain what this mean for humanitarian response

- Humanitarian analysis (module 1 p 9)

Explain what this mean for humanitarian response

- Humanitarian analysis (module 1 p 9)

Key messages

- humanitarian context is complex
- Information management can help sort this out
- Data harmonization and standards is important

Additional Reference material

- Guiding humanitarian IM principles (module1 p4-6)
- Humanitarian data and info (module 1 p 9)
- Humanitarian analysis (module 1 p 9)