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All stakeholders engaged in planning and implementing sustainable energy solutions in situations of displacement coordinate smoothly within and across sectors, so that activities are not duplicated, resources are not wasted, lessons learned are shared, and best practices are institutionalised.
Within this, it is envisioned that all stakeholders engaged in planning and implementing humanitarian energy interventions as well as early recovery coordination, especially for displaced people and host communities:
- Are aware of, and engaged in, project coordination mechanisms that aim to reduce duplication and increase collaboration;
- Know where to share and access critical data, including needs assessments and information about previous and concurrent energy interventions in the affected area;
- Make use of this information as part of due diligence to improve future programmes; and
- Can ameliorate or overcome potential barriers to full participation, including language, geographic distance, and data connectivity.
The GPA-led coordination mechanisms:
Other existing coordination mechanisms:
- Dutch Coalition for Humanitarian Innovation (DCHI)
- Smart Communities Coalition (SCC)
- Health and Energy Platform of Action (HEPA)
- More to be added soon
Last updated: 01/03/2022