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Cluster Coordination Performance Monitoring (CCPM)

Cluster Coordination Performance Monitoring (CCPM) is a self-assessment exercise. Clusters assess their performance against the six core cluster functions and accountability to affected populations. It is a country-led process, supported globally. Ideally, it is carried out by all clusters/sectors…

  • Coordination: Coordination, Knowledge Mangement
  • HPC: Operational Peer Review and Evaluation, Coordination

Lessons Learned from Horn of Africa Drought Crisis

The purpose of this lessons learned exercise is to highlight the key elements of the Education Cluster coordination and response that worked well, which worked less well and why, and to articulate recommendations for improvement.

  • Coordination: Knowledge Mangement, Inter-Sector Coordination
  • Emergency: Drought, Displacement
  • HPC: Operational Peer Review and Evaluation
  • Technical Areas: Protection

Somalia Lessons Learned

The Global Cluster hired an independent consultant to conduct a light touch lessons learned exercise in Somalia. The purpose of this review was to highlight issues within the education Cluster that should be followed-up at the country level.

  • Coordination: Knowledge Mangement
  • Emergency: Conflict, Complex, Drought, Floods
  • HPC: Operational Peer Review and Evaluation

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