Field-Based Monitoring Strategies for HDP Coherence
Taking context and trends such as conflict, displacement, and climate change into consideration is critical to prompt humanitarian response when a shock occurs. This session will focus on collecting data from context monitoring, resilience monitoring, conflict monitoring, and other field-based monitoring systems. How do we link field-based monitoring to a more nimble, adaptive management approach that supports humanitarian, development, and peace-related programming?
In this dynamic dialogue, participants will learn from Mercy Corps’ humanitarian analysis team in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and Catholic Relief Services’ (CRS) resilience monitoring team in Ethiopia about how each agency reports and uses the data to inform programming in their context. Speakers include:
– Andrea Barboza, Crisis Analytics Lead Analyst, Mercy Corps, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)
– Gregory Makabila, Deputy Chief of Party (MEAL) – Resilience Food Security Activity (Ifaa), Catholic Relief Services, Ethiopia
*This event will be in English with French interpretation*
This event is part of the thematic area: Data for Decision-Making in HDP Coherence.