This report on Malnutrition Risk Reduction and Nutrition in Emergencies in India is an outcome of the collaborative
advocacy processes of Sphere India, National Coalition of Humanitarian Agencies in India in association with
NDMA, Govt. of India, Welthungerhilfe and other members of Food and Nutrition subcommittee of Sphere India.
The report is divided into an introduction chapter and three sections:
• The introduction chapter provides information on background, aim and objectives and the process followed
for compilation of this report.
• Section A presents the Risk (Hazard, Vulnerability, Capacity Analysis) and Nutrition Status Analysis.
• Section B recommends strategies for collaborative action on the subject.
• Section C suggests the process for developing a collaborative roadmap of action with mapping information
from some of the agencies.NIE REPORT – final
This report captures the Emergency Market Mapping and Analysis (EMMA) exercise carried out by Christian Aid and partners- CASA, ATI, Practical Action Consulting and International Rescue Committee during 18 to 25 July 2013 across 2 districts- Uttarakashi and Rudraprayag in Uttarakhand. Christian Aid following its initial rapid assessment that shaped its immediate response soon after the floods in the state of Uttarakhand, realized the need for looking into the markets as a critical actor with a view to inform its recovery initiatives in the state.
CARE India led a Joint Shelter Assessment to understand the situation and needs of women, men,
boys and girls around shelter in the post flood scenario in Uttarakhand. The members of the Joint
Shelter Assessment were SEEDS, Christian Aid, Appropriate Technology – India (ATI), CASA,
Emmanuel Hospitals Association, Sphere India and RED R. This shelter assessment was undertaken in
the five worst affected districts of Rudraprayag, Chamoli, Pithoragarh, Terhi Garhwal and Uttrakashi.
Information on the extent of damages around shelters was collected through Focus Group
Discussions (FGDs), Survey Questionnaire and Key Informant Interviews (KIIs). While the FGDs, KIIs
and Survey questionnaire focused on different aspects pertaining to shelter, information on WASH
was also collected as part of the assessment. During this survey, a total of 412 households across 73
villages in 5 districts were surveyed.
Inter Agency Coordination (IAC) Committee meeting was held on 22nd September 2014 from 2:00 – 5:00 pm at Sphere India office.
The Key Agenda of the meeting:-
I. To discuss the progress in setting up of coordination structure in J& K
II. To share the updates on JRNA
III. To discuss on URS matrix and advocacy issues
IV. To discuss on in-depth sectoral assessment planning
I. To open a platform for multi-stakeholder coordination meeting by involving donors (DFID,
USAID & ECHO), corporate and other stakeholders
IAG Kashmir Coordination Meeting was organized at Action Aid Office, Hyderpora, Srinagar, Kashmir for J&K floods on 17th September 2014, Time:2:30 pm to 5:00.
The Key Agenda of the meeting:-
I. Follow up on collection of information based on assessments done by various agencies. II. Starting the Joint Rapid Needs Assessment Process in Kashmir.