The World Food Programme’s HungerMap tracks and predicts key aspects of food insecurity every day.
These include key indicators that feed into Integrated Food Security Phase Classifications or the Cadre Harmonisé analyses, such as the number of people with insufficient food consumption and those employing crisis-level or above coping strategies.
The Integrated Context Analysis (ICA) is a process of consultations supported by mapped-out data that produces a strategic p
lan describing where different combinations of programme themes are appropriate to achieve goals of reducing food insecurity and climate related shock risk.
The ICA combines multi-year food security trends with natural shock risk data to highlight sub-national areas for different programme strategies. Food security trend maps shows areas where safety nets can address regular food insecurity, and others where shocks make recovery more important. Climate-related natural shock risk maps show where disaster risk reduction, preparedness and early warning efforts can complement food-security objectives. In addition to mapped data on subjects including nutrition, gender, livelihoods and resilience can enrich theme-level strategic planning.
Decent Work for Sustainable Development Resource Platform
The Decent Work for Sustainable Development Resource Platform offers integrated guidance and working resources on the relationship between decent work and sustainable dev
elopment for constituents, ILO staff, UN Country Teams, development partners and other stakeholders to support national SDG processes. It can be used to analyse and inform national planning and budgeting processes, emphasize the role of employment and decent work in UN Country Team planning processes, support the work of inter-ministerial working groups on decent-work related issues, provide support to donor coordination mechanisms and support the formulation of Decent Work Country Programmes.
This toolkit provides policymakers and practitioners with an applied and adaptable framework with which to assess the state
of coordination in their social protection systems. It also provides examples of efforts to improve coordination from different countries around the world. The toolkit is structured to delineate various levels of coordination, outline a practical assessment methodology for users to apply in various country contexts to determine the level of existing and needed coordination, and provide concrete experiences from countries that illustrate ways to improve coordination in social protection.
These tools help countries improve their social protection system by analysing their strengths and weaknesses and offering options for further action. The tool
s can be applied across countries, facilitating dialogue and ensuring the development of countries’ social protection systems as well as international practices that will help countries to learn from each other.
Leaving no one behind: Humanitarian Effectiveness in the Age of the Sustainable Development Goals
This study presents five overarching shifts in mindset and practice that contribute to greater humanitarian effectiveness.
These shifts can also help advance change agendas such as the Sustainable Development Agenda and those for peacebuilding, climate change and gender equality. The proposed shifts have implications for international humanitarian actors and donors as well as governments, national civil society organizations and others contributing to humanitarian action such as private sector actors, militaries and diaspora communities. Achieving the proposed shifts will require a commitment, among humanitarian actors and other key stakeholders, to examine incentive structures and overcome persistent barriers to ensure their advancement.
The UNSDG Policy Operational Support to UNCTs on Human Rights in SDG Implementation
This set of policy and operational messages is prepared by the UNSDG Human Rights Working Group to support UN Country Teams in integrating human rights into the implementation of the 20
30 Agenda. The messages provide a common understanding across the UN system on how human rights can be integrated and should inform the planning and programming process as well as policy guidance for the SDGs.
Shared UN System Framework for Action on Leaving No One Behind
This publication aims to establish a common understanding of the challenges connected to rising inequalities and pervasive discrimination.
It sets out a United Nations system-wide Shared Framework for Action for a more coordinated and integrated approach to combatting inequalities and discrimination at national, regional and global levels The framework identifies a comprehensive package of policies and programme support to reduce inequalities and dismantle discrimination; promotes common methodologies and tools for analysis and monitoring that systematically integrate inequalities, discrimination and equity issues in SDG monitoring; and advocates for strengthened accountability for results on reducing inequalities to ensure no one is left behind.
UNSDG Common Learning Package on Human Rights-based Approach
The UN Inter-agency common learning package on human rights-based approach aims to strengthen the capacity of UN staff to apply a HRBA to UN common country programming. The learnin
g package targets primarily the UN Country Teams and the Resident Coordinators, Heads of Agencies, programme officers and technical level staff with responsibility to develop a Common Country Analysis and United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework. National partners can also benefit from this learning package and take forward rights-based national programming.