Guidance note on inter-cluster early recovery, 2016

June 22, 2016

The recognition of early recovery by the IASC Principals as an essential part of humanitarian action in 2013 has allowed to better integrate early recovery in the response and on ensuring it happens on the ground. Drawing on more than 55 consultations with inter-agency actors this revised Guidance Note on Early Recovery has been prepared to provide clear and accessible suggestions and good practice to promote and enable more systematic and strategic integration of Early Recovery across all sectors of international humanitarian response. Early Recovery coordination seeks to improve the humanitarian response with the integration of early recovery by generating a decision-making process that is inclusive, transparent, consultative, guided by objectives, and evidence-based. A key aim is to engage operational actors and partners in the planning process in a manner that enables them to influence the direction of the response, and to negotiate priorities and resources in a rational and cooperative manner.

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