NGO Outreach for Early Recovery: Strategies for Improved Coordination and Implementation of the Early Recovery Approach

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2014-04-30

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Kelley, Judith

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The Cluster Working Group on Early Recovery (CWGER) is the United Nations global Working Group tasked to integrate Early Recovery into the international humanitarian architecture. As part of their outreach campaign, the CWGER commissioned a report to analyze the extent to which selected humanitarian INGOs integrated aspects of the Early Recovery approach during the 2010 flood response in Pakistan. The CWGER requested an analysis of INGO programs, with explicit interest regarding the planning, coordinating and transition processes each INGO applied during the relief phase of the response. In addition, the CWGER wanted to know the extent to which the selected INGOs integrated elements of the Early Recovery approach into their planning and coordination processes. The CWGER hopes to use the information provided in this report to learn how best to engage and collaborate with INGOs before and during humanitarian crises. Furthermore, the CWGER hopes to use the recommendations included in this report to determine what feasible measures it can or should take to support the selected INGOs in their efforts to integrate Early Recovery in their programs before and during a crisis.

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Honick, Rachael Elizabeth (2014). NGO Outreach for Early Recovery: Strategies for Improved Coordination and Implementation of the Early Recovery Approach. Master's project, Duke University. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/8609.


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