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Integrated Mission Planning Process (IMPP). Sequence. Background. Level 1 through level 5. World’s busiest slide. Questions. Background. Simple Peacekeeping. Complex Peacekeeping. Multidimensional Peacekeeping. The Need for Integration. Brahimi Panel report Points out the Absence of.

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Integrated mission planning process impp

Integrated Mission Planning Process (IMPP)


Sequence

Sequence

  • Background.

  • Level 1 through level 5.

  • World’s busiest slide.

  • Questions.


Background

Background


Simple peacekeeping

Simple Peacekeeping


Complex peacekeeping

Complex Peacekeeping


Multidimensional peacekeeping

Multidimensional Peacekeeping


The need for integration

The Need for Integration


Brahimi panel report points out the absence of

Brahimi Panel report Points out the Absence of

  • “ an integrated planning or support cell in DPKO in which those responsible for political analysis, military operations, civilian police, electoral assistance, human rights, development, humanitarian assistance, refugees and displaced persons, public information, logistics, finance and personnel recruitment, among others, are represented”.


Concept

Concept

  • Interactive approach to integration of planning at the strategic, operational, and tactical levels.

  • The process is described in a linear form of successive steps.


Concept1

Concept

  • Five levels of planning

    - Pre-planning

    - UN strategy

    - Functional strategies

    - Mission plan

    - Mandate implementation plan


Concept2

Concept

  • The product of each level/step will form the basis for the next level and planning at every level will start with an analytical process, culminating into a recommended option and a product developed from that option.


Concept3

Concept

  • The template outlines the purpose, process, product, responsibilities, and decision points at each of the five planning levels.


Level 1 pre planning

Level 1- Pre Planning


Level 1 pre planning1

Level 1 – Pre-Planning

  • Aimed at identifying regions, countries or crises requiring a structured and detailed analysis to determine a potential/possible UN role.


Level 1 pre planning2

Level 1 – Pre-Planning

  • Purpose. Identify

  • Process. Collect, analyze, assess

  • Products.

    • Database

    • Early warning of UN role

    • Conflict assessment

    • Recommendations for planning

  • Responsibility. DPA lead department. On SG’s decision to commence planning for an operation, lead responsibility shifts to DPKO.


Level 2 development of un strategy

Level 2 – Development of UN Strategy


Level 2 development of un strategy1

Level 2 – Development of UN Strategy

  • The purpose would be to formulate an overarching UN strategy, describing the aim, role and approach of the UN in managing the crisis in question.


Level 2 development of un strategy2

Level 2 – Development of UN Strategy

  • Purpose. Identify UN strategy

  • Process.

    • Designate entity to develop UN strategy

    • Develop agreed understanding of the current situation

    • Analyze available guidance

    • Determine international community’s aims

    • Identify strategic factors and implications of UN action

    • Develop/assess/prioritize (planning) scenarios

    • Determine conditions and strategic approach for achieving aim.

    • Develop and assess options within selected approach

    • Evaluate, coord and integrate all inputs from various partners

    • Develop a recommended UN strategy


Level 2 development of un strategy3

Level 2 – Development of UN Strategy

  • Purpose. Identify UN strategy

  • Process.

  • Products.

    • UN role

    • UN’s aim

    • Conditions for UN’s involvement

    • UN’s Strategic approach

    • Resources and time needed for the strategy

    • Likely roles for international players

  • Responsibility. DPKO


Level 3 development of functional strategies

Level 3 – Development of Functional Strategies


Level 3 development of functional strategies1

Level 3 – Development of Functional Strategies

  • At this level, the situation is analyzed in relation to the anticipated functions to implement the overall UN strategy; and strategies developed to fulfill those functions.


Level 3 development of functional strategies cont d

Level 3 – Development of Functional Strategies (cont’d)

  • None of these will be a stand alone functional strategy, but will form part of an integrated and closely knit, interdependent system of strategies, all working for the achievement of a common aim, through a common approach.


Level 3 development of functional strategies cont d1

Level 3 – Development of Functional Strategies (cont’d)

  • At this level the phases and stages of the operation and the key tasks of functional areas will begin to emerge as will also broad estimates of resources to accomplish those tasks.


Level 3 development of functional strategies cont d2

Level 3 – Development of Functional Strategies (cont’d)

  • Purpose. To define and integrate functional strategies

  • Process

    • Designate and empower the senior manager

    • Describe the situation related to anticipated functions

    • Analyze guidance from UN strategy and from other stake holders

    • Identify/assess factors of strategic importance to functions

    • Identify resources available during expected timeframe

    • Identify the aim or end state for each function

    • Develop options within functions

    • Assess and prioritize options to select the best one


Level 3 development of functional strategies cont d3

Level 3 – Development of Functional Strategies (cont’d)

  • Purpose. To define and integrate functional strategies

  • Process. Designate…………………….

  • Products.

    • Description of situation

    • Key elements of UN strategy

    • Its Phases and stages

    • Aims and key tasks of functional areas

    • Broad estimates of resources

    • Measures for coordination and integration

  • Responsibility. USG + reps from functional areas of DPKO and UN HQ.


Level 4 mission plan

Level 4- Mission Plan


Level 4 development of a mission plan

Level 4 – Development of a Mission Plan

  • This will be the detailed concept of operations, explaining comprehensively how the UN’s strategic aim will be achieved, through the pursuit of the functional strategies already developed. This level will explain in detail the why, who, what, where, when and how of the plan, clearly describing not only the resources required but also methods of their generation/procurement and the means and timings of their deployment.


Level 4 development of a mission plan1

Level 4 – Development of a Mission Plan

  • This plan along with other inputs, will form the basis for SG’s report to the Security Council and for seeking a budget.

  • If already appointed, the HOM should lead the development of the plan at this stage.


Level 4 development of a mission plan2

Level 4 – Development of a Mission Plan

  • Purpose

  • Process.

    • The process used by different components for developing their own mission plans will vary.

    • There is a need to mutually synchronize plans early on

    • A draft UN SG report is prep, incorporating products of integrated planning process and inputs of external sources


Level 4 development of a mission plan3

Level 4 – Development of a Mission Plan

  • Purpose.

  • Process.

  • Products.

    • Definition of expected tasks

    • Mission Plan

    • Input for Secretary General’s report

    • Request for resources


The mission plan

The Mission Plan

  • Detailed situation outline.

  • Assumptions and limitations.

  • Key mission tasks.

  • Short, mid and long term objectives/tasks.

  • Tasks assigned to each component.

  • Tasks in need of synch with other tasks.

  • Structure, resources required and plan to generate.

  • Plan to move/deploy components and time lines.

  • Requirement for support from HQ and other organisations.

  • An agreed coordination framework.

  • Annexes.


Level 4 development of a mission plan4

Level 4 – Development of a Mission Plan

  • Responsibility. HOM if assigned otherwise USG peacekeeping


Level 5 development of mandate implementation plan

Level 5 – Development of Mandate Implementation Plan


Level 5 development of mandate implementation plan1

Level 5 – Development of Mandate Implementation Plan

  • This is where the HOM and mission component heads identify tasks, stated or implicit, in the mandate and the programme design to achieve specific goals for the fulfillment of those tasks.

  • Each component’s role and responsibilities are determined in relation to each programme or project, and component plans are developed accordingly.


Level 5 development of mandate implementation plan2

Level 5 – Development of Mandate Implementation Plan

  • Responsibility for planning at this stage will rest with the Mission itself, while Headquarters provides guidance and resources.


World s busiest slide

World’s Busiest Slide


Integrated mission planning process impp

Planning Process for Peace Operations

Conflict assessment

(DPA)

(DPKO)

Operational

Readiness

Pre-Planning


Integrated mission planning process impp

Planning Process for Peace Operations

Conflict assessment

UN Strategic

Aim

Guidance Analysis

Situation, Guidance

Strategic Approach

Factor Analysis

S1

S2

S3

c

a

b

c

b

b

a

c

a

(DPA)

(DPKO)

Operational

Readiness

Pre-Planning

Decision to plan

UN Strategy

Recommended

Options

Recommended UN Strategy


Integrated mission planning process impp

Planning Process for Peace Operations

Conflict assessment

UN Strategic

Aim

Guidance Analysis

Situation, Guidance

Strategic Approach

Factor Analysis

S3

S2

S1

b

c

a

a

b

b

c

c

a

Integrated Concept

(DPA)

(DPKO)

Operational

Readiness

Pre-Planning

Decision to plan

UN Strategy

Relief, Recovery, Reconstruction and Rights based Processes

Recommended

Options

Recommended UN Strategy

Regional

Approach

Mission

Support

Security

Others

Political

Functional

Strategies


Integrated mission planning process impp

Planning Process for Peace Operations

Conflict assessment

UN Strategic

Aim

Political

Guidance Analysis

Situation, Guidance

Strategic Approach

Factor Analysis

S1

S2

S3

c

c

b

a

c

a

a

b

b

Military

Support

Police

SG Rep

Mandate

Mission Plan

Integrated Concept

(DPA)

(DPKO)

Operational

Readiness

Pre-Planning

Decision to plan

UN Strategy

Relief, Recovery, Reconstruction and Rights based Processes

Recommended

Options

Recommended UN Strategy

Regional

Approach

Mission

Support

Security

Others

Political

Functional

Strategies

ConOps


Integrated mission planning process impp

Planning Process for Peace Operations

Conflict assessment

UN Strategic

Aim

Political

Political

Guidance Analysis

Situation, Guidance

Strategic Approach

Factor Analysis

S1

S3

S2

b

a

b

c

a

b

c

a

c

Military

Military

Support

Support

Police

Police

SG Rep

Mandate

Mission Plan

Implementation

Plan

Integrated Concept

(DPA)

(DPKO)

Operational

Readiness

Pre-Planning

Decision to plan

UN Strategy

Relief, Recovery, Reconstruction and Rights based Processes

Recommended

Options

Recommended UN Strategy

Regional

Approach

Mission

Support

Security

Others

Political

Functional

Strategies

ConOps

Implementation


Questions

Questions


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