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30th ALNAP Annual Meeting

Working together in the field for effective humanitarian response


The issue of coordination has become more pressing as the number of humanitarian actors has increased and a combination of factors – climate change, urbanisation and population growth among others – have meant that responses have become larger and more complex. In light of this, the theme for the 2015 ALNAP Annual Meeting was working together in the field for effective humanitarian response.
 

A new feature for this year's Annual Meeting was 'Your story in 5' which gave our members the opportunity to share their stories and experiences of some of the challenges and successes of collaborative and inter-organisational approaches to humanitarian response.
 

At ALNAP, we aim to ensure that our Annual Meetings provide as many opportunities as possible for our Members to exchange and learn from one another. Here's what some of the participants thought of the Meeting and what they learnt. 
 

 

Check out the Storify we have prepared about this Annual Meeting!

 Remarks and keynote discussion

Annual Meeting Sessions

Day 1 Session 1

SESSION 1.1:

The IASC coordination system: Humanitarian country teams ICCMs and Clusters

SESSION 1.2:

Collaboration and coordination between humanitarians and the private sector
 

SESSION 1.3:

How to evaluate partnership and collaborative approaches
 

Day 2 Session 2

SESSION 2.1:

The role of governments
in emergency coordination

 

SESSION 2.2:

North/South NGO partnerships
 
 

SESSION 2.3:

NGO networks and coalitions at national level
 

Day 2 Session 3

SESSION 3.1:

Common funding mechanisms
at country level

 

SESSION 3.2:

Joint advocacy at country level
 
 

SESSION 3.3:

Working together around market- and cash-based responses

Related resources

Agenda for 30th ALNAP Annual Meeting

Working together in the field for effective humanitarian response

Programme for 30th ALNAP Annual Meeting

Working together in the field for effective humanitarian response

Evaluation Brief: Global Logistics Cluster Evaluation

Jointly Commissioned by WFP, Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs and UNICEF

Real-time evaluation of the Cluster Approach - Pakistan Earthquake

Application of the IASC Cluster Approach in the South Asia Earthquake

Resources on similar topics

Using Central Emergency Response Funds in support of rapid response mechanisms

Presentation at ALNAP 30th Annual Meeting's session on common funding at country level

The role of OCHA's Central Emergency Response Funds

Presentation at ALNAP 30th Annual Meeting's session on common funding at country level

FAO's experiences with multi year funding

Presentation at ALNAP 30th Annual Meeting's session on common funding at country level

Lessons learned from Operational Peer Review and STAIT missions

Presentation at ALNAP 30th Annual Meeting's session on IASC coordination

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