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Data collection in Emergency and humanitarian settings : UNFPA/Côte d’Ivoire Experiences Rachelle MIAN-DJANGONE; NPO Data collection in Emergency and humanitarian settings : UNFPA/Côte d’Ivoire Experiences Rachelle MIAN-DJANGONE; NPO Data collection/ Monitoring and Evaluation, Gender focal point Avec l’appui du Représentant et de tout le Personnel de l’UNFPA/Côte d’Ivoire

CONTENTS PLAN v. Country Context and impact on the data; v. UNFPA competencies in CONTENTS PLAN v. Country Context and impact on the data; v. UNFPA competencies in data collection in the countries; v. Type of data collection during crisis steps and UNFPA/CI response; v. Data collecting on IDPs and host families ; v. Lessons learned and recommendations UNFPA, because everyone counts

Country Context v. At the political level v. Politico and armed crisis occurred since Country Context v. At the political level v. Politico and armed crisis occurred since September 2002, witch divided the country into North and South sides, with 3 zones (Gvt, Forces Nouvelles, Confidence°. v. Regional and international mediations matched resolutions 1633 and 1721 in July 2006. v. End of the war since November 2004 but existence of disorders with especially demonstrations in the West v. At the socio economic level v. Increase of the poverty; v. Lower of schooling ; v. Dysfunction of the medical system; v. Increase GBV victims cases; UNFPA, because everyone counts

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Crisis impact on the data v. Non applicability of the data used before release Crisis impact on the data v. Non applicability of the data used before release of the crisis: case of the DHS and the general census of population and the habitat 1998; v. Projections resulting from these data are not valid any more: important changes in the configuration of the population (displacement, death, unemployment, etc); v. Emergence of new problems generated by the crisis; v. Need to set a strategy of data-collection during all the crisis steps UNFPA, because everyone counts

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Support to national statistical system v. Reinforcement of the institutional framework: statistical law, directing Support to national statistical system v. Reinforcement of the institutional framework: statistical law, directing diagram of statistical programming; v. Technical and financial support to the realization of the general Census of the population and the dwelling of all the operations at national scales (DHS, ENV, etc); v. Modernizing Civil Registration and setting up basic data decentralization; UNFPA, because everyone counts

Re enforce national competencies v. Support to national and international structures of training of Re enforce national competencies v. Support to national and international structures of training of specialists in demography and, statistics: IFORD, ENSEA, etc; v. Consolidate specific training on data management for national executives; v. Availability of human resources to manage specific data related to crisis situation. UNFPA, because everyone counts

v. Prospects : v. Conduct a shaping operation on IDPs : cases identification, major v. Prospects : v. Conduct a shaping operation on IDPs : cases identification, major problems of protection and access to the services and vulnerability assessment (HCR); v. Conduct a study on IDPs and returned persons in west and north: keys information on IDPs, include understanding of the return motivations for a better addressing the question to achieve social cohesion and launching the national operation to support the returned Programme (Ministry of solidarity and for the victims of war, UNFPA).

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Type of data collecting by stages Crisis state Situation Type of data collecting Acute Type of data collecting by stages Crisis state Situation Type of data collecting Acute phase The fights continue Important movement of population fleeing the engagements zones Increased of All kind of violence Census of IDPs in the camp and transit camp Specific Operations to support each partner actions Calm Phase No fight: No peace and no war situation Weak return of IDPs in their initial zones Higher vulnerability of IDPs and the host families due to increase poverty Rapid need assessment Set up Specific operations for more coordinated and coherent answers to the problems of the populations worsened by the crisis Rebuilding or exit crisis Phase End of war National operation for post Progressive an important size of crisis planning: RGPH ; DHS ; returned persons in their initial zones etc.

UNFPA/Côte d’Ivoire experiences (1) v In high-pitched stage: v. RHCS need assessment v. Distribution UNFPA/Côte d’Ivoire experiences (1) v In high-pitched stage: v. RHCS need assessment v. Distribution and delivery condition; v Availability and use of the emergency RH kits in the north and west; v. Monthly indicators table; v Conceive and provide tools for data collecting to IDPs transit camp: transit camp OIM/UNFPA

UNFPA/Côte d’Ivoire experiences (2) v. Calm Phase v. UN agencies join humanitarian rapid need UNFPA/Côte d’Ivoire experiences (2) v. Calm Phase v. UN agencies join humanitarian rapid need assessment; v. Data collecting on IDPs and host families; v. Survey on GBV; v. KAP survey on refugees, IDPs and host families; v. Survey on Aids indicators (EIS-2005) v. Exit crisis phase v. Population census; v. National survey on « young people social and economic integration » (10 -35 years); v. DHS survey

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 Justifications Important population movements to peace zone: IDPs received in host families or Justifications Important population movements to peace zone: IDPs received in host families or installation of IDPs housekeeping; Movement: New event unknown in CI so difficulties to answer the needs of these specific populations; Request of the Government and the Partners for data collecting on IDPs; Methodological choice with all the actors Difficulty to know the number of IDPs without proceeding to a population census which is too expensive; Necessity to realize a study on IDPs living conditions, their number and the host families accommodation

 Objectives: Obtain relevant information to implement actions for IDPs and host families. Specifically: Objectives: Obtain relevant information to implement actions for IDPs and host families. Specifically: Determine social and demographic profile of IDPs; Analyze IDPs living conditions (health, education, etc. ); Estimate IDPS size and appreciate host families interventions; Appreciate welfare and support given to IDPs and identify social cohesion effort; v. Analyze IDPs hope to return back to their initial sites and the conditions of return.

 Methodology: Field of the study constituted by housekeeping of the departments of: Abidjan, Methodology: Field of the study constituted by housekeeping of the departments of: Abidjan, Daloa, Duékoué Toulepleu, Yamoussoukro considered as zones where IDPs are numerous; These 5 regions represent 43 % of the total populations of governmental zone; Extrapolation of results for the number of IDPs in 5 departments based on their weight in DR samples and the number of DR in these departments; Extrapolation of results to the whole country based on the weight of each zone and the number of IDPs in gouvernemental zone

 Contributions: Seven (7) UN Agencies were Mobilized to set up the project: UNFPA, Contributions: Seven (7) UN Agencies were Mobilized to set up the project: UNFPA, UNDP, UNICEF, HCR, OCHA, FAO, PAM, OIM; ENSEA was selected to collect and analyze data, with the technical support of the UNFPA; Methodology and tools of the study have been developed by UNFPA and confirmed by thematic group "protection" of UN; The Ministry of Solidarity and war victims was identified to implement the project

v Mains results : v. In the 5 departments of v. IDPS number in v Mains results : v. In the 5 departments of v. IDPS number in the country study, they are 709 377 IDPs should be 1 738 363 and 1 and 495 783 (69%) of them 625 369 IDPs are from Abidjan governmental zone and 112 994 IDPs are from occupied zone;

v. Employment : proportion of housekeepers leaders occupied decreased of 12 % : Most v. Employment : proportion of housekeepers leaders occupied decreased of 12 % : Most important among host families (18% of the proportion of CM occupied for the families of reception 18 % against 5 % of no host families v. Perspective of return: 72 % of the IDPs are expected to return; 8/10 IDPs never be in touch with their initial locality v. More of 4/10 IDPs underwent violence v. Social cohesion: contrary to expectations, the end of the war (0, 4 %), disarmament (0, 7 %) are not mentioned by IDPs as solutions for peace

v Use of these data Reference document for decision making about IDPs and host v Use of these data Reference document for decision making about IDPs and host family in the country; Used to elaborate programs and implement actions: For the Government: national program of Repatriation grant of IDPs UN, NGOs: elaboration of program to submit to the CERF for supporting the return of an estimated 709 000 IDPs Elaboration of a program of assistance and reintegration of the displaced women / girls who are numerous among IDPs; Support increased and harmonized in the schooling of displaced girls; Key information to support advocacy Programme for mobilizing resources to address IDPs and host families needs; Better formalization of actions for social cohesion, protection and the social insertion • Source data to evaluate interventions for IDPs in the country

 Prospects: Support IDPs identification operation by HCR Conduct a study on IDPs living Prospects: Support IDPs identification operation by HCR Conduct a study on IDPs living conditions and returned in the initial sites: get information on the IDPs, understand the motivations of the returned in the perspective of the social cohesion and to launch the national operation of support the returned (Ministry of the solidarity and war victims, UNFPA).

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 GENERALLY For more efficiency, it is very important to base actions on facts GENERALLY For more efficiency, it is very important to base actions on facts by the realization of operations of data collection in all the phases of a crisis; The realization of these studies is necessary to take efficient decision, especially in crisis situation where generally events are new and ineffective existing data; To UNFPA must lead and play a central role to provide data during crisis situation due to our technical knowledge on data management It is important to integrate monitoring and evaluation in humanitarian actions for a best visibility; Fast implication of UNFPA in humanitarians interventions by the supply of information in all the phases of crisis and the development of relevant tools; Need to make activities monitoring missions and participate in most UN multi-sector-based evaluations UNFPA, because everyone counts

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