This forum is meant to bring together various actors relevant to Early Recovery and to discuss topics related to their everyday work. It aims to provide CCfER and ERA training participants and field practitioners with valuable insights on how early recovery is implemented by inviting former and currently deployed Early Recovery personnel to share lessons learnt from their specific areas. It may also function as an information hub where inter-agency partners along with interested donors could join for Q&A sessions. The Discussions will be moderated and monitored by an appropriate colleague from the Global Cluster for Early Recovery.

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Permítame describir las Situaciones Críticas que ponen en peligro la vida de más de 500.000 personas y a las personas que transitan por la ruta internacional Nº 7 en la provincia de Mendoza. En...
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The humanitarian situation remains volatile in Kasai region where there is ongoing displacement and population movement and military operations in some areas. Population movements are continuing,...
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Has there been any past experiences where Vocational Training and/or Capacity Building 'Working Groups' were established as part of the Early Recovery Cluster in any country of intervention...
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Would like to have an overview of examples of governance-related early recovery activities. Most ER overview(s) show impressive work related to livelihoods and access to essential services, but there...
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Bonjour à tous, en vue de contribuer à des initiatives innovantes inter-clusters et porter le RR dans un contexte de crise prolongée (Yemen), avez-vous des exemples positifs de collaborations avec un...
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What are good examples and/or best practices of effective integration of Early Recovety in Humanitarian Planning and Action, and what are the conditions that make for effective integration.
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