Survey Platforms

Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit – Somalia

Humanitarian Assessment, Monitoring and Evaluation

The Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit- Somalia (FSNAU) seeks to provide evidence-based analysis of Somali food, nutrition and livelihood security to enable both short-term emergency responses and long-term strategic planning to promote food and livelihood security for Somali people.

LINK: http://www.fsnau.org/

Prevention Web

Management of Humanitarian Information

PreventionWeb serves the information needs of the disaster risk reduction community, including the development of information exchange tools to facilitate collaboration. Information regarding the design and development of projects together with background documentation can be accessed here along with some services that have been put in place.

LINK: http://www.preventionweb.net

ReliefWeb

Management of Humanitarian Information

ReliefWeb is a project of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).

LINK: http://www.reliefweb.int/

ALNAP

Management of Humanitarian Information

The Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance in Humanitarian Action (ALNAP) is an international interagency forum.

LINK: http://www.alnap.org/

Emergency Nutrition Network

Management of Humanitarian Information

The ENN was set up in 1996 by an international group of humanitarian agencies to accelerate learning and strengthen institutional memory in the emergency food and nutrition sector. The ENNs flagship publication, Field Exchange(http://www.ennonline.net/fex/), was developed as the main means of achieving this.

LINK: http://www.ennonline.net/

Humanitarian Practice Network

Management of Humanitarian Information

HPN is an independent forum for humanitarians to share and disseminate information, analysis and experience.

LINK: http://www.odihpn.org/

Evidence for Development

Policy

EvD works to alleviate poverty by tackling long-standing shortcomings in the design of international development policy. EvD has developed economic models and analytic tools that provide new insights into intricate and often fragile local economies. These can be used to detail, with precision, the risks behind each investment decision and development policy or programme and to measure the results of development efforts. The tools have been designed to achieve better returns on investments to reduce poverty; to predict and thereby to prevent economic disasters including famine; and to promote accountability by providing a more rigorous basis for evaluation.

LINK: http://www.evidencefordevelopment.com/