IM toolkit (EN)

WHAT IS THE NUTRITION CLUSTER IM TOOLKIT?
The Nutrition Cluster Information Management (IM) Toolkit is a resource to help Information Management Officers, Coordinators, Partners or other interested groups improve the flow of critical information during an emergency response. The Toolkit consists of 26 tools presented into five sections, covering different phases of Humanitarian Programme Cycle (HPC) and a section with general / administrative tools.

HOW DO I FIND AND DOWNLOAD THE TOOLS I WANT?
The IM Toolkit Contents on the right of this page will guide you through 5 toolkit sections.

USE OF THE TOOLKIT
The Nutrition Cluster IM Toolkit is freely available for anyone to use. Please acknowledge the Global Nutrition Cluster.

CONTACT
For any information related to the IM toolkit please contact Anna Ziolkovska at aziolkovska@unicef.org

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
The Nutrition Cluster IM Toolkit was developed by the Global Nutrition Cluster through the partnership with ACF-UK in consultation with GNC Rapid Response Team, Country Cluster IMOs and the GNC Cluster Coordination Team.

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February 10, 2016
The tool: An MS Excel workbook for conducting capacity mapping of cluster partners in the following areas: Overall agency response expertise, Implementation and scale up capacity Human resources and capacity development Supplies It also includes a database to extract the information. An analysis dashboard will be developed following piloting of the tool in a country.
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February 10, 2016
The tool: This guidance is developed to support Nutrition Cluster IMOs in developing the structure and content of the country nutrition cluster website on the humanitarianresponce.info (HR.info) platform version 2. In order to promote coherence of the use of common platform for information sharing across cluster and within the humanitarian response, the GNC recommends that …
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February 9, 2016
The tool: A MS Publisher template with suggested layout and topics to be included in the Nutrition Cluster bulletin. About the bulletin: The purpose of this periodical publication is to share Cluster updates with partners, donors, other clusters and wider humanitarian community.
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November 30, 2015
The purpose of the tool is to conduct gap analysis to improve nutrition cluster response. The tool is divided into 7 sheets, each providing a table for a particular type of gap analysis.  Depending on your needs, you can use all of them or only choose particular sheets: Geographical coverage Funding Assessments Human Resources (HR) …
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November 30, 2015
The tool: Two recommended  map templates (in pdf, mpk and mxd) for the following maps: 1. Operational presence of nutrition cluster partners 2. Nutritional status of children 0-59 months NC_Map_templates_examples
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November 30, 2015
This is a template for the CMAM dashboard in Tableau (as Tableau Packaged Workbook) , that is built on the database from the partners reporting tool. If Nutrition Cluster is using the standard GNC  partner reporting tool, than to adapt the template for the use in country, you only need to replace the connected database …
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November 30, 2015
This guidance has been developed by the Global Nutrition Cluster to support country nutrition clusters and nutrition cluster partners in preparing the Humanitarian Response Plans (HRPs). It provides tips for nutrition clusters to facilitate the planning of a collective response and the development of Nutrition in Emergencies (NiE) interventions by individual cluster partners. The HRP tips can also …
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November 23, 2015
The tool: An Excel workbook designed to aid calculation of caseloads, targets and supplies for Nutrition Cluster interventions as per available guidance. There are five different sheets in the tool:NC Caseload target and supplies calculator  CMAM – to calculate caseload for SAM and MAM treatment in children 6-59 months and AM treatment in pregnant and …
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October 22, 2014
UNICEF Innovation launched RapidPro, an open-source app store for international development. RapidPro allows UNICEF, governments, and partners to quickly build applications that connect users to critical real-time information and services. Video: http://youtu.be/4Tm7Gylq1tA RapidPro allows users to more easily build mobile-based applications from anywhere in the world. These applications – including U-report for polling of young people …
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