What is SMART ?
SMART (Standardized Monitoring and Assessment of Relief and Transitions) is an inter-agency initiative launched in 2002 by a network of organizations and humanitarian practitioners.
SMART Methodology is an improved survey method for the assessment of severity of a humanitarian crisis based on the two most vital public health indicators:
- Nutritional status of children under-five.
- Mortality rate of the population.
***UPDATE TO ENA: ENA has been recently updated with minor bugs fixes in the mortality component of the software. To download the latest (August 4th, 2014) version of ENA, click here: Updated ENA software - August 4 2014
Standardised Expanded Nutrition Survey (SENS) Guidelines developed by UNHCR: For guidance on the inclusion of additional indicators in SMART surveys, please visit: http://www.sens.unhcr.org
Preparing survey teams in SMART
The SMART standardized survey methodology incorporates elements of nutrition, mortality, and food security for emergencies or surveillance purposes. It was developed to be used with the user-friendly ENA software.
The SMART manual provides agencies & field workers with basic tools to collect data necessary for planning direct interventions in emergency settings, as well as for surveillance.
Standardized Training Package (STP)
The STP harmonizes the procedures and tools used throughout the survey process and is broken down into 9 modules.
ENA Software - Click to Download
ENA software is the user-friendly analytical program recommended by SMART. It saves time and effort by simplifying both survey planning and data collection via integrated calculators.