3RP Highlights

Report
The Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan (2015-2016)
Highlights
Nathalie Bouché, Poverty Team Leader
RC Cairo, Learning Session, 1/10/2014
The 3RP: WHY?
As the crisis enters its
fourth year, more
than 3 million Syrian
refugees (mostly
women and children)
* have sought
protection in the
region…
* 400,000 refugees
are accommodated in
refugee camps
18.09.2014
The 3RP: WHY?
RRP6 (2014) Revised Appeal: $3,740,654,701
The Humanitarian Response
(Regional Response Plan – RRPs)
remains underfunded/falls
short of needs
23/09/2014
AT THE SAME TIME…
Service delivery systems at
national/subnational are under
increased pressure
See RRP6 Mid Year Update:
http://www.unhcr.org/syriarrp6/midyear
Competition over resources and
opportunities in impacted communities
in becoming fiercer
Reduced
effectiveness/unsustainability of
humanitarian assistance…
Threats to development gains,
social cohesion and stability
3 RP – WHAT?
Brings together
more than 150 UN,
NGO and
government
participants in 5
countries
 A broad based regional partnership strategy
 A platform for coordinated planning, advocacy, fundraising, information
management and monitoring
 A coherent, country-driven Regional Response Strategy cum Regional
Appeal
Aligns with and supports the
development/implementation
of national response plans
[e.g Lebanon – Stabilization
road map, Jordan – NRP/JRP]
To operationalize the necessary shift FROM Emergency/Humanitarian TO
Resilience – based Development assistance FOR greater Effectiveness and
Sustainability
3 RP – WHAT?
A Mid-Term Planning Framework (2015-2016)
that integrates two components
REFUGEE COMPONENT
To address Protection and
assistance needs of refugees living
in camps, settlements and local
communities in all sectors, as well
as vulnerable members of impacted
communities.
To strengthen community-based
protection by identifying and
responding to immediate support
needs of communal services in
impacted communities.
‘RESILIENCE’ COMPONENT
To enhance opportunities for selfreliance (Refugees, vulnerable
members of impacted communities)
To build the capacities of affected
populations, communities, local and
national systems, and provide the
strategic, technical, and policy
support to advance national
responses.
3 RP – HOW ?
Multi-Sector/Inter-Agency Planning Process
co-led by UNHCR and UNDP
REGIONAL RESPONSE (3RP) LEVEL:
MoU signed
between UNDP
and UNHCR on
regional
cooperation on
Syria and Iraq
Regional Steering Committee
(UN agencies, IOM, and the Syria International NGO Regional Forum)
Country Plans
tailored to
national needs
/response plans
and
implementation
capacities
Guidance (3RP
format,
consistency),
quality assurance
and support,
(via Regional
Technical
Committee)
NATIONAL RESPONSE LEVEL:
Country level planning (Refugee and Resilience Components) through Sector Working
Groups (SWGs) representing seven sectors (and possibly more) incl. protection, health,
education, food/food security, WASH, basic needs and livelihood/social cohesion
3 RP – HOW ?
Common
(Refugee/Resilience)
Objective
3 RP COUNTRY - SECTOR PLANS
(underway)
Gender Marker
applied to all
country sector
plans
BUT
Distinct Outputs/Activities and INDICATORS for
the Refugee Component and
the Resilience Component
3RP HOW?
Challenges…
 Time: 3RP launching scheduled for early December
 Alignment of Country Planning processes with 3RP timelines and ‘Format’
 For UNDP: Building-up the 3RP ‘Resilience component’: There are still
different interpretations of ‘resilience-building support’ among 3RP
stakeholders– To which extent will the 3RP differ from the RRP6 ?
A ‘RESILIENCE MARKER’
‘Resilience Marker’
STEP 1:
CATEGORIZATION
Lasting benefits? Response to
roots cause of vulnerability?
Spillover effects? Responsiveness
to social cohesion issues?
STEP2:
SCORING
LINKAGES
WITH
OUTREACH NATIONAL
IMPACT SUSTAINABILITY
PRIORITIES
AND SYSTEMS
3RP
OUTPUT/
ACTIVITIES
Q1
YES-NO
Output or Activity
1
Alignment
with
Resilience
Component
goals
Q2
YES-NO
Q3
YES-NO
Q4 Q5
Q6
YES- YES YES
NO -NO NO
Q7
Q8
Q9
Q10
YES- YES/ YESNO NO NO
YESNO
Final
Final Rationale/Exp
Score Decision
lanation
Alignment with existing national/sectoral plans?
Implementation: Role of/Capacity development of
national/local institutions? Reliance on national resources?
Thank You

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