IAHE Recommendations Database

Evaluationsort descending Date Recommendation Country Type Priority Timeframe Responsibility for Implementation Status Summary of the Recommendation Activities Undertaken to Implement
IAHE South Sudan 2015 November 1, 2015 Plans and Indicators South Sudan Conflict Critical Clusters Not Initiated Take time to design meaningful and useful plans. Use high-quality indicators (such as in the Sphere Project Handbook).
IAHE South Sudan 2015 November 1, 2015 IASC Gender Guidelines South Sudan Conflict Important ICWG, Protection Cluster, clusters Not Initiated Give more attention to IASC guidelines on gender. Accelerate the disaggregation of age and gender within the programme management cycle and ensure that it includes relevant categories such as young men.
IAHE South Sudan 2015 November 1, 2015 Common Response Targets and Indicators South Sudan Conflict Learning Opportunity ICWG, agencies and donors Not Initiated Align donor and cluster reporting against common response targets and indicators, thus making it easy for agencies to report to both.
IAHE South Sudan 2015 November 1, 2015 Network on Gender Issues South Sudan Conflict Important OCHA, clusters Not Initiated Establish a state-level network of response practitioners with responsibility for gender issues and disseminate learning and good practice through simple means, such as presentations and feedback in cluster meetings.
IAHE South Sudan 2015 November 1, 2015 Strategic Planning Process South Sudan Conflict Critical HCT, ICWG, clusters Not Initiated Response plans should be prepared using a rational strategic planning process, to make them useful as tools for programme cycle management and fundraising. Allocate adequate time to response planning and seek a genuinely inclusive process in which the views of affected people are given prominence.
IAHE South Sudan 2015 November 1, 2015 Participation of Women South Sudan Conflict Important All agencies Not Initiated As elements of AAP and CwC (above), find ways to encourage the meaningful and representative participation of women, particularly in monitoring and decisionmaking.
IAHE South Sudan 2015 November 1, 2015 Outcomes and Early Impact South Sudan Conflict Important HCT, ICWG, clusters Not Initiated Within response plans, focus not only on outputs, but also on outcomes and early impact, including as a basis for monitoring and quality control. Indicators should be apt and measurable, and not overly reliant on numbers of people reached.
IAHE South Sudan 2015 November 1, 2015 Analysis of Different Groups South Sudan Conflict Important All agencies Not Initiated Promote stronger analysis of the situation for different groups within communities, their needs and the impact of programmes, gaps and opportunities.
IAHE South Sudan 2015 November 1, 2015 Cross-Clusters Priorities and Reporting South Sudan Conflict Critical ICWG, clusters Not Initiated Cluster-level plans should follow standard approaches with cross-cluster priorities agreed to at the outset. The use of common (cluster-based) indicators in donor contracts could help align agency donor reporting with cluster reporting.
IAHE South Sudan 2015 November 1, 2015 National and Local Authorities South Sudan Conflict Critical OCHA, agencies Not Initiated OCHA and the response agencies should work with effective and well-intentioned national and local authorities, preserving and building their capacity in keeping with their role as duty-bearers.

Pages