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Group 4: Building coordination capacity Guidelines Tools Training. Food security Cluster – Group 4. Food security Cluster – inception meeting. Members : incorporate FSC-related guidance into their standard guidance/guidelines, in particular those for country teams,

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Group 4: Building coordination capacity

    • Guidelines
    • Tools
    • Training

Food security Cluster – Group 4

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Food security Cluster – inception meeting

  • Members: incorporate FSC-related guidance into their standard guidance/guidelines, in particular those for country teams,
    • How country teams should engage/contribute/participate with food security clusters participate in clusters
  • Food Security Cluster; prepare guidance for country coordination teams on how to co-lead and participate in clusters,
    • For example, guidance on core cluster issues, such as:
      • Integrated approach to food security programming
      • Cross-cutting issues
      • Informed local decisions on best arrangements for local cluster architecture
      • Early recovery / transition to recovery / exit etc.
      • Different coordination solutions for different emergency contexts (protracted/sudden-onset etc.)
      • Engagement with government and donors
      • Maintaining capacity in high-turnover situations etc.
  • 1. Coordination guidance
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Food security Cluster – inception meeting

  • Practical tools; proven and field-tested tools available to county cluster teams
      • For example:
      • Monitoring
      • Assessments/joint-assessments
      • Analysis
      • Reporting
  • 2. Tools
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Food security Cluster – inception meeting

  • Tool-capturing tool: a mechanism for sharing good practical tools between people with direct coordination experience (incl. cluster members)
  • For example:
    • Periodic regional/global workshops with cluster teams with specific focus on capturing and sharing tools)
  • Delivery mechanism: develop multiple means for sharing tools
  • For example
    • Email (periodic emails)
    • Training
    • Manuals
    • Web directories
    • CD/usb’s
  • 2. Tools (cont)
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Food security Cluster – inception meeting

  • Members: members to incorporate FSC-specific training modules into their core training packages, in particular for key country team staff
    • For example:
    • Core cluster-related knowledge (co-lead/member)
    • Necessary/complementary technical skills (e.g. Assessments/analysis etc.)
  • FSC: standard training by FSC for country-level cluster coordination teams on core cluster soft and hard functions and related skills
  • FSC: training of standby partners on core cluster functions and skills etc.
  • 3. Training
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Group 4: Building coordination capacity

    • Guidelines
    • Tools
    • Training

Food security Cluster – Group 4