The Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan 2015 -2016

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The Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan (2015 -2016) Highlights Nathalie Bouché, Poverty Team Leader The Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan (2015 -2016) Highlights Nathalie Bouché, Poverty Team Leader RC Cairo, Learning Session, 1/10/2014

The 3 RP: WHY? As the crisis enters its fourth year, more than 3 The 3 RP: WHY? As the crisis enters its fourth year, more than 3 million Syrian refugees (mostly women and children) * have sought protection in the region… * 400, 000 refugees are accommodated in refugee camps 18. 09. 2014

The 3 RP: WHY? RRP 6 (2014) Revised Appeal: $3, 740, 654, 701 The The 3 RP: WHY? RRP 6 (2014) Revised Appeal: $3, 740, 654, 701 The Humanitarian Response (Regional Response Plan – RRPs) remains underfunded/falls short of needs 23/09/2014 Service delivery systems at national/subnational are under increased pressure AT THE SAME TIME… See RRP 6 Mid Year Update: http: //www. unhcr. org/syriarrp 6/midyear Competition over resources and opportunities in impacted communities in becoming fiercer Reduced effectiveness/unsustainability of humanitarian assistance… Threats to development gains, social cohesion and stability

3 RP – WHAT? Brings together more than 150 UN, NGO and government participants 3 RP – WHAT? Brings together more than 150 UN, NGO and government participants in 5 countries q A broad based regional partnership strategy q A platform for coordinated planning, advocacy, fundraising, information management and monitoring q A coherent, country-driven Regional Response Strategy cum Regional Appeal Aligns with and supports the development/implementation of national response plans [e. g Lebanon – Stabilization road map, Jordan – NRP/JRP] To operationalize the necessary shift FROM Emergency/Humanitarian TO Resilience – based Development assistance FOR greater Effectiveness and Sustainability

3 RP – WHAT? A Mid-Term Planning Framework (2015 -2016) that integrates two components 3 RP – WHAT? A Mid-Term Planning Framework (2015 -2016) that integrates two components REFUGEE COMPONENT To address Protection and assistance needs of refugees living in camps, settlements and local communities in all sectors, as well as vulnerable members of impacted communities. To strengthen community-based protection by identifying and responding to immediate support needs of communal services in impacted communities. ‘RESILIENCE’ COMPONENT To enhance opportunities for selfreliance (Refugees, vulnerable members of impacted communities) To build the capacities of affected populations, communities, local and national systems, and provide the strategic, technical, and policy support to advance national responses.

3 RP – HOW ? Multi-Sector/Inter-Agency Planning Process co-led by UNHCR and UNDP REGIONAL 3 RP – HOW ? Multi-Sector/Inter-Agency Planning Process co-led by UNHCR and UNDP REGIONAL RESPONSE (3 RP) LEVEL: Mo. U signed between UNDP and UNHCR on regional cooperation on Syria and Iraq Regional Steering Committee (UN agencies, IOM, and the Syria International NGO Regional Forum) Country Plans tailored to national needs /response plans and implementation capacities Guidance (3 RP format, consistency), quality assurance and support, Gu (Pla idance N nn bud ing, dr otes g a Gen eting, fting, M der Ma &E etc. rker, . ) (via Regional Technical Committee) NATIONAL RESPONSE LEVEL: Country level planning (Refugee and Resilience Components) through Sector Working Groups (SWGs) representing seven sectors (and possibly more) incl. protection, health, education, food/food security, WASH, basic needs and livelihood/social cohesion

Common (Refugee/Resilience) Objective 3 RP – HOW ? 3 RP COUNTRY - SECTOR PLANS Common (Refugee/Resilience) Objective 3 RP – HOW ? 3 RP COUNTRY - SECTOR PLANS (underway) Gender Marker applied to all country sector plans BUT Distinct Outputs/Activities and INDICATORS for the Refugee Component and the Resilience Component

3 RP HOW? Challenges… q Time: 3 RP launching scheduled for early December q 3 RP HOW? Challenges… q Time: 3 RP launching scheduled for early December q Alignment of Country Planning processes with 3 RP timelines and ‘Format’ q For UNDP: Building-up the 3 RP ‘Resilience component’: There are still different interpretations of ‘resilience-building support’ among 3 RP stakeholders– To which extent will the 3 RP differ from the RRP 6 ? A ‘RESILIENCE MARKER’

‘Resilience Marker’ STEP 1: CATEGORIZATION Lasting benefits? Response to roots cause of vulnerability? Spillover ‘Resilience Marker’ STEP 1: CATEGORIZATION Lasting benefits? Response to roots cause of vulnerability? Spillover effects? Responsiveness to social cohesion issues? STEP 2: SCORING needs of Balance between t populations’ ? refugee and ‘hos 3 RP OUTPUT/ ACTIVITIES Q 1 LINKAGES WITH OUTREACH NATIONAL IMPACT SUSTAINABILITY PRIORITIES AND SYSTEMS Q 2 Q 3 YES-NO Output or Activity 1 Alignment with Resilience Component goals YES-NO Q 4 Q 5 Q 6 Q 7 Q 8 Q 9 YES- YES/ YESNO -NO NO NO Q 10 YESNO Final Rationale/Exp Score Decision lanation Alignment with existing national/sectoral plans? Implementation: Role of/Capacity development of national/local institutions? Reliance on national resources?

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