Changes between Version 11 and Version 12 of BluePrint/ShaRe


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Timestamp:
02/12/18 13:55:56 (4 years ago)
Author:
Nuwan Waidyanatha
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  • BluePrint/ShaRe

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    1515   * display of relief activities in list form, on a geographical map
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    17 <What problem is this solution solving?>
    18 During the onset of the Southwest Monsoon in 2017, the UN Resident Coordinators Office (RCO) supported by the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (ROAP) developed a simple 3W (“Who does What Where”) template. This 3W was simple and intended to capture the responding agencies activities and responding locations to the floods and landslides that had occured. This was then reflected on a map of Sri Lanka as a visual aid.
     17The real need for a solution was recognized during the onset of the 2017 Southwest Monsoon instigated flood and landslide events in Sri Lanka. The [https://lk.one.un.org/un-in-sri-lanka/un-resident-coordinators-office/ UN Resident Coordinators Office] (RCO) of Sri Lanka, supported by the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) [http://www.unocha.org/roap Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific] (ROAP), developed a simple 3W (“Who does What Where”) template.
     183W was:
     19   * simple and intended to capture the responding agencies activities and responding locations
     20   * reflected on a map of Sri Lanka as a visual aid.
     21   * eventually adapted into a 4W (“Who does What Where, and When”)
     22* 4W was:
     23   * an enhancement to capture other details such as donors, responsible agencies and implementing partners.
     24   * exceeding the capacity of the RCO to conduct mapping of the 4W (i.e. only the raw data was released)
     25   * reliant on the manual regular distribution of the template, followed by manual “cleaning” of the data.
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    20 The 3W was eventually adapted into a 4W (“Who does What Where, and When”) and also began to detail other details such as donors, responsible agencies and implementing partners. This exceeded the capacity of the RCO to conduct mapping of the 4W, so only the raw data was released. Further, the 4W system was reliant on the manual regular distribution of the template, followed by manual “cleaning” of the data. The HCT in the Lessons Learned Action Plan of 2017, determined that the Sahana EDEN platform should be explored as an option to improve these methods.
     27The HCT in the Lessons Learned Action Plan of 2017, determined that the Sahana EDEN platform should be explored as an option to improve these methods. The ShaRe Hub would be developed as an Eden template that can be deployed to server other HCT and UN RCO teams in other countries.
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    22 <How will this solution add value to Sahana?>
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    2330<Name any similar existing solutions>
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