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What is Early Recovery?

During and immediately after a crisis, urgent action is required to save lives. At the same time, from the start of humanitarian, time critical interventions which lay the foundations for sustainable recovery and a speedy return to longer term development are also imprerative.

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Integrating Early Recovery

Successful practices for the integration of Early Recovery in humanitarian response are context specific, with key variables depending on: the type of crisis, the capacity and leadership role played by clusters and governments, the existing resilience of affected communities, and the pre-crisis engagement of the international community.

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Do you know?

The deployment of an ERA/Strategic Planner in Central African Republic strengthened UNDP’s positioning in the planning processes, the review of aid coordination mechanisms and joint financing mechanisms, while advising on the link between humanitarian and development. The support provided was also critical for the preparation of the Brussels’ donor conference held in November 2016.

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About the Global Cluster for Early Recovery

 

The Global Cluster for Early Recovery (GCER) leads global and interagency efforts to estabilsh and maintain standards and policy, build response capacity and operational support.

 

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Core documents

  • GUIDANCE NOTE INTER-CLUSTER EARLY RECOVERY
  • DURABLE SOLUTIONS GUIDE
  • GLOBAL EARLY RECOVERY OVERVIEW 2015
  • STRATEGIC PLAN FOR EARLY RECOVERY (2015-2017)
  • IMPLEMENTING EARLY RECOVERY