IASC Work Plan 2019-2020

Published Date

Following extensive deliberations and consultations, the new IASC Work Plan has been agreed by the Principals, to deliver on their Strategic Priorities for 2019-2020.

The IASC workplan outlines the Strategic Priorities for the IASC and how each of the formal subsidiary structures under the IASC will focus their efforts on delivering against them. It gives, for each strategic priority, the anticipated outcomes, the actions towards each, and examples of supporting actions that could contribute.

The overarching strategic priorities are:

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Strategic Priority 1:
Operational Response

Through maximising timeliness, apropriateness, transparency and cost effectiveness

A red equilateral triangle with large points at each corner - used as the icon of IASC Strategic Priority 2 on Accountability and Inclusion

Strategic Priority 2:
Accountability and Inclusion

Through proactively eradicating abuse and systematically including feedback and representation

Three yellow figures standing shoulder-to-shoulder - used as the icon for IASC Strategic Priority 3 on Collective Advocacy

Strategic Priority 3:
Collective Advocacy

Through maximising the influence and credibility of targeted, informed and collective leadership

Improved Humanitarian Financing

Strategic Priority 4:
Humanitarian-Development Collaboration

Through maximising long-term impact, while safeguarding humanitarian space and principles

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Strategic Priority 5:
Humanitarian Financing

Through focusing on addressing specific gaps with transparent collective funding supported by sound evidence

These strategic priorities were translated into the below two year workplan which was endorsed by the Principals in January 2019.