HAC 2014 - UNICEF Humanitarian Action Resources

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HAC 2014
Field guidelines
29 October 2013
Main messages
• HAC not a report, but a key milestone in CO
planning;
– Time investment should match proportion of funds
being sought/to be implemented
• HAC now sole internal mechanism for setting
ORE Planning Targets, replacing IND and HAUs;
• ORE Planning Targets require review by
RDs/delegate (as part of CAP where relevant)
and EMOPS
What is the HAC?
• Encompasses all UNICEF appeals to mobilize
humanitarian resources;
• Not a writing/editing exercise, but milestone
in planning to be monitored and reviewed
throughout implementation;
• Office-wide
Key changes
• Strengthen CO engagement:
– Systematic consultations with non-CAP COs in
selection process, serving as ‘pre-planning’
• Sequenced with other planning processes
– feed into regular planning, informed by interagency processes
• Simultaneous HQ/RO review
– speeding process while keeping technical review
at RO
• Flexibility – Rolling vs. tied to mid-year
• Improved look and branding of CO docs
Turning these …
Into the online HAC…
Streamlining planning, reporting and
resource mobilization
• Programme and ORE Targets in line with other
internal and external processes;
• Reporting should be against what you set out
in the HAC (sitreps, COARs, CERs)
• COs will need to frame humanitarian results in
Vision based on the HAC (forthcoming as part
of global guidance)
HAC not a one-off publication, but aligned to
internal/external processes
Different planning contexts:
• non-CAP (later than previous years with more
time for substantive discussions)
• CAP (timed to changing inter-agency process
 Please flag any issues)
• Sahel (inter-agency launch in February, bendbut-don’t break HAC deadline)
Group 1
Non-CAP COs
ROs: CEECIS,
TACRO, EAPRO,
ROSA
Group 2
CAP COs
ROs: ESARO,
MENA
Group 3
Sahel CAP COs
RO: WCARO
First Draft chapters (submitted
to REA + EMOPS)
4 November
15 November
25 November
Second Draft CO chapters
22 November
06 December
13 December
Flexibility requires discipline in deadlines
Timelines
• First draft to REA + EMOPS
– NFR on planning
– Non-CAP consultation forms can form ‘pre-planning’
input
– Help answer, ‘Are we on track? Are the funding
requirements justified by the situation and plans, and
realistic based on context/capacity?’
• RO/HQ review – technical/funding review by RO
• 3 weeks to get it right before submitting Second
Draft
What to do
Determine:
Humanitarian
Needs Overview
Country
Strategy
• Humanitarian situation
• Humanitarian strategy
Cluster Planning
• Programme targets
• Funding requirements
Coordinated
Project Planning
Framing CAP/HAC humanitarian
results in Vision
• Alignment of 2014-2017 Strategic Plan
humanitarian output indicators with HAC and
CCC priority ‘indicators’
• Incorporation of humanitarian output indicators
into VISION and RAM – while keeping flexibility
to frame CO specific indicators (ongoing work)
Results reporting
• For 2013, 1 para. narrative and 1 results table
– Against targets
– Where applicable, with clusters/sectors
• Reporting period: Jan. – Oct.
• All humanitarian results, regardless funding
source (footnote where carryover or regular
programme contribution significant)
HAC responsibilities
• Review at least once a year – mid-year or
earlier if needed
• Report on what Offices said they would do
(Programme Targets) – twice a year, or more
depending on scale of humanitarian situation;
• Show results for funds received when revising
requirements
Wrap-up
• HAC not a report, but a key milestone in CO
planning;
• HAC now sole internal mechanism for setting
ORE Planning Targets, replacing IND and HAUs;
• ORE Planning Targets require review by
RDs/delegate (part of CAP where relevant) and
EMOPS
• Global guidance on CO humanitarian results
structures – forthcoming as part of global
guidance
Who to call?
Regional Office
• Regional Emergency Advisers (with Tania McBride HAC focal point for MENA and Mioh
Nemoto EAPRO)
Headquarters/EMOPS
• Annual and mid-year HAC:
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Desk Officers:
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Rafael Hermoso (rhermoso@unicef.org), +1-212-326-7601
CEE/CIS: Francois Ducharme (fducharme@unicef.org), +1-212-303-7991, and Gina Gugliotta
(ggugliotta@unicef.org), +1-212-326-7045
EAPRO & ROSA: Martijn Engels (mengels@unicef.org), +1-212-326-7735
ESARO & Sudan: Junko Toda (jtoda@unicef.org), +1-212-326-7156
MENA: Francois Ducharme (fducharme@unicef.org), +1-212-303-7991, and Tsedeye
Girma (tgirma@unicef.org), +1-212-326-7221
TACRO & WCARO: Guillaume Sauval (gsauval@unicef.org), +1-212-326-7671, and Samantha
Millar (smillar@unicef.org), +1-212-326-7726
Humanitarian Performance Monitoring (HPM):
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Martin Porter (mporter@unicef.org), +1-212-326-7468

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