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FAO Somalia: Accountability to Affected Populations in practice
 - The Technical Cooperation project “Improving Nutrition and Food Security in the most vulnerable communities of Gedo, Bay and Bakool Regions” was formulated as an emergency response to the poor nutrition and food security situation in Somalia in 2002. The objective of the project was to improve the nutritional status of ...read more
Evaluating a flood response intervention by FAO Cambodia: AAP in practice
 - In response to the needs of the populations affected by the floods in Cambodia in August 2011, FAO and its partner Cambodia Organization for Women Support (COWS) designed an intervention aimed at ensuring food and nutrition security and allow flood-affected communities to re-establish their previous livelihoods. The project entitled “Emergency agricultural ...read more
Accountability to Affected Populations: Tools to assist in implementing the IASC AAP Commitments
 - At their meeting in April 2011, the IASC Principals acknowledged the fundamental importance of accountability to affected populations. They agreed to integrate accountability to affected populations into their individual agencies' statements of purpose as well as their policies. Further, they requested that the Sub Group on Accountability to Affected Populations ...read more
Accountability to Affected Populations: IASC Commitments
 - The December 2011 IASC Principals meeting endorsed five Commitments to Accountability to Affected Populations agreed to incorporate the CAAP into the policies and operational guidelines of their organizations and promote them with operational partners, within Humanitarian Country Teams and amongst cluster members. These commitments are: LEADERSHIP/GOVERNANCE  TRANSPARENCY  FEEDBACK and COMPLAINTS  PARTICIPATION  DESIGN, MONITORING AND EVALUATION ...read more
Accountability to affected populations: Operational Framework
 - The Operational Framework summarizes the key concepts for making programming at the field level more accountable to affected populations. The framework is designed to assist implementing agencies both individually and in groups to find practical entry points for improving accountability to affected populations. The activities and indicators noted here should not ...read more
Accountability to Affected Populations in Limited to No-Access Zones
 - Many major humanitarian crises involving natural disasters or conflict can present significant humanitarian access problems. Barriers can include the absence of: physical access to populations or infrastructures due to geographical, political or conflict reasons adequate security time to consult population in life-threatening situations coherent social structures within displaced populations. In 2011 the ...read more
AAP useful external links
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Accountability to affected populations in Syria
 - FAO has not traditionally had extensive operations in Syria, and is therefore not well embedded across the agricultural sector, aside from at a more governmental and diplomatic level. Consequently, there is not the same level of intimate knowledge and expertise as to the complex and interacting factors that will influence outcomes, ...read more
Accountability to affected populations in Pakistan: Interagency mission report
 - Rome based agencies FAO and WFP, along with the global Food Security Cluster, undertook an interagency mission to Pakistan in September and October, 2012, in order to support IASC activities on accountability to affected populations (AAP), investigate the current status of AAP amongst humanitarian agencies, with a particular focus on ...read more
Accountability to affected populations and partnerships Report: FAO Cambodia Programme
 - The current industry approach to AAP encourages humanitarian actors to be diligent in ensuring that the significant power they hold with regards to disaster-affected communities is exercised responsibly at every level of the system. It promotes an underlying tenet that people affected by emergencies are end users and stakeholders rather than ...read more
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