Websites and webtools related to NLG
The Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan for Syria brings together the plans developed under the leadership of national authorities – namely, the Arab Republic of Egypt, the Republic of Iraq, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, the Lebanese Republic, and the Republic of Turkey – to ensure protection, humanitarian assistance and strengthened resilience. To find out more about output level results please visit the website.
The Iraq Humanitarian Response Plan sets out the framework within which the humanitarian community will repines to large-scale humanitarian and protection needs in Iraq on the basis of the prioritization undertaken across and within sectors.
The Syria Humanitarian Response Plan sets out the framework within which the humanitarian community will repines to large-scale humanitarian and protection needs in Syria on the basis of the prioritization undertaken across and within sectors.
Established in 2007 by the Interagency Standing Committee (IASC) as part of the cluster approach, Child Protection is an Area of Responsibility under the global Protection Cluster. The Child Protection Area of Responsibility (CP AoR) is mandated to ensure the timeliness, quality and coverage of coordinated child protection responses in humanitarian settings.
The CPC Learning Network convenes academics, policymakers, and practitioners to promote innovative research, nurture communities of learning, and build the next generation of researchers and advocates for children and families worldwide.
The Education Cluster is an open formal forum for coordination and collaboration on education in humanitarian crises. The Education Cluster brings together NGOs, UN agencies, academics, and other partners under the shared goal of ensuring predictable, well coordinated and equitable provision of education for populations affected by humanitarian crises.
Humanitarian Response is provided by UN OCHA to support humanitarian operations globally to support efficient, effective, and coordinated humanitarian response through the sharing of operational information. It is the place where the disaster response community can share, find, and collaborate on information to inform strategic decisions. The portal is intended for persons deployed to respond to complex emergencies and disasters.
INEE is a network of more than 14,000 individual members and 130 partner organizations in 190 countries. INEE serves its members through community building, convening diverse stakeholders, knowledge management, advocating and amplifying ideas and knowledge, facilitating collective action, and providing members with the resources and support they need to carry out their work on education in emergencies.
The MENA Adolescents and Youth Hub created by the MENA UN:NGO group on young people is a centralized platform providing access to resources and feedback on key issues of relevance to young people in 20 countries throughout the Middle East and North Africa.
A comprehensive source of information on Child Protection, Child Rights Governance, Health & Nutrition, Education and Child Poverty.
The Global Partnership for Education supports 65+ developing countries to ensure that every child receives a quality basic education, prioritizing the poorest, most vulnerable and those living in countries affected by fragility and conflict.
Education Cannot Wait (ECW) is the first global fund dedicated to education in emergencies and protracted crises.
FTS is a centralized source of curated, continuously updated, fully downloadable data and information on humanitarian funding flows. Government donors, UN-administered funds, UN agencies, NGOs and other humanitarian actors and partners exchange data and information with FTS. FTS is managed by the United Nations Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).