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Oct
25

Stakeholder Consultation Workshop as part of the "Coordination of Assessment for Environment in Humanitarian Action" Initiative

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1176 Eye Street NW, 4th Floor
Washington, DC, United States 20006
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Oct 25, 2017 (Wed) - Oct 26, 2017 (Thu),

 

USAID and the Joint UN Environment/OCHA Unit would like to announce the upcoming stakeholder workshop, on October 25-26, 2017,  in Washington DC, as part of the multi-stakeholder initiative for “Coordination of Assessments for Environment in Humanitarian Action”. This initiative is a joint venture between USAID with the UN Environment/OCHA Joint Unit, UNHCR, Swedish Civil Defence Organization (MSB), WWF and IUCN. The workshop will bring together a group of environmental and humanitarian stakeholders to discuss challenges and opportunities around integration of environment in the humanitarian system, with a particular focus on assessments and environmental data and information sharing.  

If you are interested in more information, please reach out to Erika Clesceri, USAID Bureau Environmental Officer for the Bureau for Democray, Conflict and Humanitarian Assistance (DCHA) and Janine Berger, Workshop Coordinator, (janine.berger@cadmusgroup.com). 

Workshop Objectives:

This Washington DC stakeholder workshop will bring together a group of key environmental and humanitarian stakeholders to discuss challenges and opportunities around integration of environment in the humanitarian system, with a particular focus on assessments and environmental data and information sharing. Specifically, the workshop will include:

  • Awareness raising of activities in the enviornment and humanitarian space
  • Feedback request on a draft framework for enviornment and humanitarian action
  • Feedback request options for Rapid Environmental Assessment (REA) update
  • Expoloring options for environmental information and data sharing in the humanitarian system and entry points to the humanitarian program cycle
  • Exploring opportunities for strengthening coordination between enviornmental and humanitarian actors

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