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On Early Recovery by munas kalden

  1. 1. Early Recovery: Content, Coordination and ProcessMunas Kalden, UNICEF, Lesotho munas.kalden@gmail.com 1
  2. 2. Objectives of the Presentation: 1. Define early 6. Distinguish recovery between humanitarian, early recovery and 2. Describe early development recovery as the activities. bridge between Early humanitarian Recovery: assistance and Conceptual development Clarity5. Provideexamples of 3. State the aims ofindicative early early recoveryrecovery activities 4. Explain the clusters in the early recovery coordination mechanism munas.kalden@gmail.com 2
  3. 3. Early Recovery:-A Meaning munas.kalden@gmail.com 3
  4. 4. Application of developmentRecovery principles tothat starts humanitarianearly, at situationsonset ofcrisis munas.kalden@gmail.com 4
  5. 5. Establishes thefoundations oflonger-termrecovery munas.kalden@gmail.com 5
  6. 6. Generates/ Strengthensreinforces humannationally securityowned and aims toprocesses begin addressingfor post- underlyingcrisis causes ofrecovery crisis munas.kalden@gmail.com 6
  7. 7. Early Recoveryis NOT a newconcept:builds uponmany years ofpractices munas.kalden@gmail.com 7
  8. 8. Early Recovery : A DefinitionEarly Recovery (ER) isto restore the capacity of institutions and national communities to recover from a conflict or a natural disaster, munas.kalden@gmail.com 8
  9. 9. Early Recovery…enter transition or ‘build back better’ and avoid relapses. munas.kalden@gmail.com 9
  10. 10. Early Recovery…!It is a multidimensional process guided by development principles that begins in a humanitarian setting, and seeks to build on humanitarian programmes and catalyze sustainable development opportunities. munas.kalden@gmail.com 10
  11. 11. It aims to generate and/or reinforce nationally owned processes for the post recovery that are resilient and sustainable.munas.kalden@gmail.com 11
  12. 12. It encompasses the restoration of basic services,livelihood, transitional shelter ,governance, security and rule oflaw, environment and other socio-economic dimensions, includingreintegration of displacedpopulation. munas.kalden@gmail.com 12
  13. 13. It strengthens humansecurity and aims to beginaddressing the underlyingcauses of the crises. munas.kalden@gmail.com 13
  14. 14. Why should we be involved in ER? Prevent further Stabilize the situation after deterioration of national disasters or conflict capacity Early Recovery Can Eliminate gap between Reduce or shorten the humanitarian and full humanitarian phase recovery programmesEarly recovery represents an effective and indispensable component of response to crisis munas.kalden@gmail.com 14
  15. 15. RELIEFCRISIS Breakdown Lost momentum Partial solution Rebuilding risk Dependency Forgotten Relapses ETC. 15 munas.kalden@gmail.co m
  16. 16. Humanitarian phase Focused ResilienceCRISIS Self-reliance Reducing risks Comprehensive Smoother transition Continuity ETC Breakdown Lost momentum Partial solution Rebuilding risk Dependency Forgotten Relapses ETC. 16 munas.kalden@gmail.co m
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  19. 19. Indicative Early Recovery Activites Early RecoveryIndicative Activities
  20. 20. 11. Disaster Response 1. Livelihood and10. Rule of Law income recovery 2. Social Services9. Governance Early Recovery: 3. Displacement,8. Areas of return andInfrastructure reintegration Activities7. Cross Cutting Issues 4. Shelter 6. Coordination 5. Land and Property munas.kalden@gmail.com 20
  21. 21. Agriculture CCCM Education Emergency Shelter Emergency Telecoms Health Logisticsmunas.kalden@gmail.com Nutrition Protection WASH Early Recovery21
  22. 22. Agriculture Why agriculture in emergencies? ANS. To protect and bolster self-reliance, reduce need for relief and harmful coping strategies, e.g. selling assets, forced migrationWhich of the following activities are Early Recovery?A. Food security informationB. Replacing seeds, tools, other lost productive assetsC. Repair irrigation schemesD. Protecting livestockThe answer is… Repair irrigation schemes. B and D are both ER and humanitarian munas.kalden@gmail.com 22
  23. 23. Education To enable all children and young people to have immediate access or ensured continuity to a quality education in a safe environment, in order to protect, develop and facilitate a return to normality and stability.Which of the following activities are Early Recovery?A. Promote basic education as a means to contribute to psycho-social responses and peace buildingB. Provision of teaching and learning materialsC. Management training for educational administratorsThe answer is… Promote basic education as a means to contribute to psycho- social responses and peace building. C is both ER and humanitarian munas.kalden@gmail.com 23
  24. 24. Emergency ShelterThe Importance of emergency shelter in emergencies:• Survival• Security and safety• Human dignity and sustainability of social lifeWhich of the following activities are Early Recovery?A. Promote relevant national gov. shelter and site planning policyB. Train local builders in hurricane, earthquake and flood resistant construction techniquesC. Reinforce tents to last longerThe answer is… Train local builders in disaster resistant construction techniques munas.kalden@gmail.com 24
  25. 25. Health The mission of the Health Cluster is, inter alia, to prevent and reduce emergency-related morbidity and mortality; ensure evidence-based actions, gap filling and sound coordination.Which of the following activities are Early Recovery?A. Survey risk factors for chronic and infectious diseasesB. Monitor therapeutic feeding programmesC. Provide access to comprehensive, integrated reproductive health servicesThe answer is… Provide access to comprehensive, integrated reproductive health services munas.kalden@gmail.com 25
  26. 26. Protection Protection covers a wide range of activities that are aimed at ensuring respect for the rights of all individuals, regardless of their age, gender or social, ethnic, national, religious or other background.Which of the following activities are Early Recovery?A. Support efforts to address sexual and gender-based violence, including economic empowerment of victimsB. Train peacekeepers/police to address the need for protection of civiliansC. Build capacity of lawyers, judges, prosecutors to identify and address SGBVThe answer is… All of the above munas.kalden@gmail.com 26
  27. 27. WASH The mission of the WASH cluster is to: Compile WASH needs assessment data – identification of priority areas, undertake joint assessment planning and implementation, and monitor key WASH indicatorsWhich of the following activities are Early Recovery?A. Supply water to disaster survivorsB. Install pit latrines in IDP campsC. Support environmental clean-up, debris removal and rehabilitationThe answer is… Support environmental clean-up, etc. munas.kalden@gmail.com 27
  28. 28. In which of these cluster/sectors does UNDP implement projects? munas.kalden@gmail.com 28
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  41. 41. Early Recovery in Lesotho: How can we improve ?
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  44. 44. Thanks mkalden@unicef.orgmunas.kalden@gmail.com munas.kalden@gmail.com 44