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IM Cycle. 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

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objectives
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
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
Describe the IM Cycle
  • Input graphic of IM cycle
describe the im cycle1
Describe the IM Cycle
  • Describe each stage of cycle
    • Purpose
    • Identify related guidance
illustrate the role of imo
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
Explain what this mean for humanitarian response
  • Example of a natural disaster to give context
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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 response2
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
Data and information
  • Contextual info
  • Needs info
  • Intervention Info
  • Coordination info
explain what this mean for humanitarian response3
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 response4
Explain what this mean for humanitarian response
    • Guiding humanitarian IM principles (module1 p4-6) include visuals
    • (examine the humanitarian imperative)
  • Quiz: match visual with principle
explain what this mean for humanitarian response5
Explain what this mean for humanitarian response
  • Humanitarian data and info (module 1 p 9)
explain what this mean for humanitarian response6
Explain what this mean for humanitarian response
  • Humanitarian analysis (module 1 p 9)
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Explain what this mean for humanitarian response
  • Humanitarian analysis (module 1 p 9)
key messages
Key messages
  • humanitarian context is complex
  • Information management can help sort this out
  • Data harmonization and standards is important
additional reference material
Additional Reference material
  • Guiding humanitarian IM principles (module1 p4-6)
  • Humanitarian data and info (module 1 p 9)
  • Humanitarian analysis (module 1 p 9)