Progress in the scale and quality of energy programming for humanitarian response cuts across a range of thematic areas. The GPA is used as a platform to connect individuals and organisations around delivering collective activities. The GPA Coordination Unit and Steering Group members support the delivery of the recommendations in the GPA Framework document thorugh advancing collective work in the following thematic working areas: 

  • Thematic Area 1: Planning and Coordination
  • Thematic Area 2: Policy, Advocacy and Host Community Resilience
  • Thematic Area 3: Innovative Finance and Funding
  • Thematic Area 4: Technical Expertise and Capacity Building
  • Thematic Area 5: Data, Evidence, Monitoring and Reporting

 

Currently, two thematic working groups are active, in the areas of Technical Expertise and Capacity Building, and Data, Evidence, Monitoring and Reporting. The working groups are spaces to share information as well as advance joint work with other network practitioners, and meet online on a quarterly basis. If you would like to join the mailing list for either of these working groups, email aimee.jenks@unitar.org. Additionally, future opportunities to tune in to GPA working group and knowledge sharing calls will be communicated through the quarterly newsletter and in the humanitarian energy Linkedin group

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Last updated: 21/04/2020