Indicators

Global cluster Code Sub-domain Title Description / Rationale
Early Recovery R-18 R3 Capacity Building Number and percentage of CBO leaders in affected areas trained in disaster risk reduction and planning

Community based organisation leaders can be defined as people who initiate adn manage community groups that benefit people in the community or neighbourhood. If these CBOs are either affected by disaster, or are contributing to humnaitarian response, then the leaders may benefit from skilling up.

Early Recovery R-2 R4 Governance Number and Percentage of affected areas with local government-led response planning capacity, with the ability to meet the needs of the enitre community in its diversity

Area: Locality normally refers to government unit at the lowest level usually municipality/ town/ city. However, Locality to be defined according to context. Response Plan: Presence of recovery plan at local level indicates the relative readiness of the locality to undertake recovery activities. Recovery plan refers to organised multisectoral workplan to restore, resume, rebuild, or reconstruct with an intention to maintain the function permanently. Should be differentiated from emergency repsonse which purpose may only be restoring the functions for the most immediate term. Recovery plan may be short (up to 1 year), medium (up to 3 to 5 years), or long term (5 years or longer).Government-led refers to planning process that is either sanctioned, endorsed, or directly led by the government.

Early Recovery R-3 R4 Governance Number of affected areas with local government taking active planning/strategic measure to reduce the risk of disasters

Government-led refers to planning process that is either sanctioned, endorsed, or directly led by the government to have an effect on specific sectors

Early Recovery R-4 R4 Governance Number of areas where local government across sectors use knowledge, innovation and education to build a culture of preparedness, safety and resilience. This is to be differentiated by age/sex

This could include Relevant information on disasters is available and accessible at all levels, to all stakeholders (through networks, development of information sharing system. ii. School curricula, education material and relevant trainings include risk reduction and recovery concepts and practices. iii. Research methods and tools for multi risk assessments and cost benefit analysis are developed and strengthened. iv. Country wide public awareness strategy exists to stimulate a culture of disaster resilience, with outreach to urban and rural communities.

Early Recovery R-5 R1 Economic Recovery and Livelihoods Number and Percentage of households in need of income support

Examples of Households in Need of Income Support include those with very low income sources, female-headed households, Internally displaced people, households with a sex worker

Early Recovery R-6 R1 Economic Recovery and Livelihoods Number and Percentage of households with no income sources provided with income support (transfer or generation)

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Early Recovery R-7 R1 Economic Recovery and Livelihoods Number and Percentage of households with no livelihood assets

n/a

Early Recovery R-8 R1 Economic Recovery and Livelihoods Percentage of economically active workforce that is employed on: a) a short term/ temporary basis; and b) a long term/ permanent basis

n/a

Early Recovery R-9 R2 Basic Infrastructure Restoration Number and Percentage of population directly affected by problematic rubble/debris

Debris or rubble is the wreckage of the devastation and it includes everything that could possibly destroyed/damaged, or materials brought about by a catastrophic event. Problematic refers to situations where such debris causes immediate physical and psychological barriers for emergency relief and recovery activities.

Emergency Shelter and NFI S1-1-1 S1.1 Access Number and percentage of households in need of shelter assistance

This indicator aims to identify the caseload for the shelter response, within the overall population affected by the emergency.

Emergency Shelter and NFI S1-1-2 S1.1 Access Number and percentage of households indicating shelter as a priority need

This indicators collects information on the priority support requested by affected households in order to meet their shelter-related needs. Shelter needs should be disaggregated to capture various solutions

Emergency Shelter and NFI S1-1-3 S1.1 Access Number and percentage of damaged houses / dwellings

This indicator focuses on the impact of the crisis / disaster on housing structures by degree of damage, enabling the development of a well targetted shelter response and associated response monitoring. Shelter damage category are to be defined at country level as relevant. It is recommended to have three to five levels of damage. (1) No Damage; (2) Partially Damaged; (3) Completely Destroyed. Partially damaged could be furher broken down into: (2.1) Minor damage; (2.2) Significant damage but habitable; ie: structurally sound; (2.3) Severely damaged and inhabitable; structurally not-sound

Emergency Shelter and NFI S1-1-4 S1.1 Access Average cost of housing construction materials

The average cost of commonly-used housing construction material should be tracked over time as a key indicator of availability and accessibility of such items ; as well as the impact on the market of in kind humanitarian aid on such items

Emergency Shelter and NFI S1-2-1 S1.2 Assistance Number and percentage of households having received shelter assistance

This indicator aims to gather disaggregated data on number households supported with shelter assistance grounded in relevant sector standards

Emergency Shelter and NFI S1-2-10 S1.2 Assistance Percentage of shelter interventions taking into account impact on the environment Shelter cluster or relevant shelter sector coordination mechanism should define context-specific and measurable indicators with related guidance for assessing the impact of shelter solutions on the environment. Consider unsustainable resource use, encroachment in sensitive areas, use of environmentally friendly construction techniques, and land degradation issues (loss of forest, mangrove, or wetland)
Emergency Shelter and NFI S1-2-2 S1.2 Assistance Average covered living area per person among population receiving shelter assistance

The indicator captures the population density within the provided shelter solutions. Note that Sphere standards are of 3.5 m2 per person

Emergency Shelter and NFI S1-2-3 S1.2 Assistance Percentage of beneficiary households using shelter assistance as a means to address other needs

This indicator evaluates the appropriateness of the type of assistance provided. Beneficiaries of shelter assistance may have used the assistance they receive(d) for a different purpose than originally intended. For instance, beneficiaries may sell or exchange shelter materials in order to address other humanitarian needs such as food, water or health.

Emergency Shelter and NFI S1-2-4 S1.2 Assistance Number of persons / households / communities provided with training related to shelter assistance

Shelter and non-food item (including energy) training could cover a broad range of issues within the shelter sector. As part of the training evaluation, participants should be asked whether or not they have implemented the learnings from the training.

Emergency Shelter and NFI S1-2-5 S1.2 Assistance Number and percentage of households having recovered adequate shelter without external support

This indicator measures the degree of self-recovery among the affected household in terms of their shelter situation. For this indicator, shelter actors should define and agree at country level on what is an adequate shelter in this specific context

Emergency Shelter and NFI S1-2-6 S1.2 Assistance Percentage of shelter interventions incorporating hazard mitigation measures

This indicator aims to evaluate how a disaster risk reduction (DRR) is applied in the shelter response with the aim strengthen the resilience of affected households, specifically in contexts where disasters associated with natural and climate-related hazards are recurrent. Appropriate hazard mitigation measures should be defined/identified at country level.

Emergency Shelter and NFI S1-2-7 S1.2 Assistance Percentage of shelter solutions incorporating measures to prevent/mitigate security risks, in particular gender based violence, for beneficiary households

This indicators aims to evaluate how security risks, and in particular gender based violence, are addressed as part of the shelter and non-food item support provided to beneficiary households, especially the most vulnerable households such as women-headed households.

Emergency Shelter and NFI S1-2-8 S1.2 Assistance Percentage of shelter solutions incorporating accessibility measures for people with specific needs

This indicators aims to evaluate how the settlement solution is inclusive, and in particular physical accessibility, are addressed as part of the shelter support provided to beneficiary households, especially those including persons with specific needs such as persons living with disabilities, older persons, children, etc.

Emergency Shelter and NFI S1-2-9 S1.2 Assistance Percentage of beneficiary households satisfied with the shelter assistance they receive(d)

The indicator enables beneficiaries of shelter to feedback on the degree of satisfaction on the assistance received

Emergency Shelter and NFI S2-1-1 S2.1 Access Number and percentage of households in need of non-food items

This indicator identifies the overall caseload for the NFI response.

Emergency Shelter and NFI S2-1-3 S2.1 Access Average cost of shelter-related non-food items

The average cost of essential shelter-related NFI should be tracked over time as a key indicator of availability and accessibility of such items ; as well as the impact on the market of in kind humanitarian aid on such items