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Opening ConsiderationsSeptember 2011
1) Participants are familiar with Roles and Responsibilities, particularly regarding information during humanitarian emergencies
2) Participants are familiar with principles of coordinated assessments
3) Participants are familiar with information requirements for humanitarian assessments and programming
4) Foster the relationship between National Statistics Offices, Disaster Management and Humanitarian Clusters
1) Define "best source" for key humanitarian indicators by country (for Cook Islands, Fiji, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Vanuatu)
2) Definitive list of publications from Statistics offices and data tables
3) Humanitarian Analysis Plan plan for each country present
Please arrive on time. Can we set a time by which we will start even if not everyone is here?
Please attend all the sessions. If you cannot because of other engagements, please advise us so that we know when to start. Evening sessions are not compulsory but should be quite interesting
Feel free to interrupt as soon as you have a question. We will either answer it there and then, or keep it for later. The ‘parking lot’ is on the side of the room. Please write down your questions there and we will strive to ensure they are all answered.
Participant committee: to keep us on track, we will ask that three people be nominated as representatives of the audience. 1 for the NDMO reps, 1 for the NSO reps, and 1 for the agency staff. We will meet every evening for 15 min after the last session to gather feedback on how the day went and what we can do to ensure the next day is just as fulfilling.
Exit paths for Fire or other emergency,
Tuesday: - Introduction of the facilitators, and - Introduction to the architecture of international humanitarian assistance- Introduction to the guidelines which frame the material to be covered by the workshop
Wednesday: - Waiting for the disaster- First actions when the disaster hits: the scramble for information
Thursday: - Assisting affected populations – making sense of field observations and understanding needs
Friday: - Exploring ways forward, defining ways of working together
Participants have been selected based on their role during emergencies:
Groups will be organised around country membership:
Agency staff are asked to join a country group and to work with one country for the 2 exercises on Wednesday and Thursday