11.1 Contextual analysis frameworks


Analysis frameworks Suggestions, tools and ‘how to’ guides
Humanitarian situation
Damage assessment Ensure that quantitative and qualitative data collected through surveys is compiled, triangulated and analysed
Prioritisation of needs (analysis of key sectors-for example, water and sanitation, shelter, health, food and psychosocial) Annex 4.10 Sphere Minimum Standards, and tools in CET Chapter 24 Sector guidelines
Profile of affected community Annex 4.5 The good enough guide, Tool 4
Response gap analysis Annex 4.3 Gap analysis matrix
Geographic priorities Make best use of available mapping capabilities to overlay assessment data with geographic analysis
Cross-cutting and contextual analysis
Gender Refer to tools in Chapter 3 Gender
Conflict Refer to tools in Chapter 29 Conflict sensitivity
Benefit-harms/do no harm Annex 4.14 Benefits-Harms Tool
Child protection Annex 4.5 The good enough guide, Tool 8
Environment Refer to tools in Chapter 35 Environment and disasters
Operating context
Security analysis Chapter 7 Safety and security-Security Management Plan security analysis
Logistics feasibility Annex 4.15 Logistics Assessment Checklist
CARE capacity assessment Protocol C3 Capacity assessment
Annex 4.16 CORA Tool