Documents of IASC Transformative Agenda

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IASC, Scale-up Activation Timeline, 2018

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This reference document serves as guidance on implementing the Scale-Up Activation. It is an infographic marking key milestones in the Scale-Up Activation.
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Protocol 1. Humanitarian System-Wide Scale-Up Activation: Definition and Procedures, 2018

IASC, Protocol 1. Humanitarian System-Wide Scale-Up Activation: Definition and Procedures, 2018

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IASC Product
Product Category
Field Coordination
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Protocol 1 of the Scale-Up activation documents defines and establishes the procedures for a humanitarian system-wide Scale-UP activation in response to a major sudden-onset crisis and/or substantial deterioration of a humanitarian situation. The document includes the following sections:
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IASC Reference Module for the Implementation of The Humanitarian Programme Cycle, 2015

IASC Reference Module for the Implementation of The Humanitarian Programme Cycle, 2015

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IASC Product
Product Category
Field Coordination
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The IASC Reference Module for the Implementation of the Humanitarian Program Cycle defines the roles and responsibilities of international humanitarian actors and the way that they interact with each other, national and local authorities, civil society and with people affected by crises. The reference module is formed around the six key elements of the humanitarian program cycle and two enablers: Key elements:
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IASC, Emergency Response Preparedness (Draft for Field Testing), 2015

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IASC Product
Product Category
Preparedness and Contingency Planning
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The IASC Task Team on Preparedness and Resilience has developed the ‘Emergency Response Preparedness’ (ERP) approach to enable the international humanitarian system to apply a proactive approach to emergency preparedness. The ERP guidance builds on the importance placed by the IASC Transformative Agenda on preparedness on both the programmatic and financial side and, in particular, for HCT and IASC organizations to act on specific early warning indicators to engage in inter‐agency contingency planning and other coordinated preparedness actions to improve collective response readiness.
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A screenshot of the cover page of the Reference Module for Cluster Coordination at Country Level

IASC Reference Module for Cluster Coordination at Country Level, revised July 2015

Document Type
IASC Product
Product Category
Field Coordination
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The Cluster Coordination and Reference Module is one of the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) Transformative Agenda Protocols. This module outlines the basic elements of cluster coordination and intends to serve as a reference guide for field practitioners to help facilitate their work and improve humanitarian outcomes. The reference module includes eight sections: