IAHE CAR 2016 - Review HPC Model
The IASC should review the utility (usability) of the HPC model, provide training for its application, and strengthen the monitoring, evaluation and learning element. To that end, it should consider:
i. Ensuring the utility (usability) of the HPC by making it lighter and easier to use for the HC/HCT and all stakeholders, informed by learning and case studies from other responses, and applicable as a toolkit (not an accountability framework).
ii. Providing training in use and application of the HPC for coordination leaders in HC/HCT, OCHA and the largest operational actors.
iii. Reviewing the place of preparedness in the HPC, committing resources for preparedness and early action, including prevention, in response to early warning and continue funding with a view to averting L3s.
iv. Revising the monitoring element so as to strengthen monitoring, evaluation and learning in support of performance management, strategic leadership and accountability across responses and over time. As monitoring and evaluation are important elements of the humanitarian response, there is a need to raise awareness for a built-in M&E plan into the L3 mechanism, as per the Transformative Agenda’s requirements for performance monitoring.