Indicators

Global cluster Code Sub-domain Title Description / Rationale
Education E-3-1 E3.2 Recruitment and Selection Percentage of affected teachers teaching in affected area

Teachers teaching in affected area

Education E-3-2 E3.2 Recruitment and Selection Ratio of affected teachers teaching in affected area

Teacher Ratio in affected area. Knowing the existing ration of female and male teachers could help identify imbalances which could help inform the recruitment and selection process. Note target will depend on pre-crisis data. Please refer to the FODs where available.

Education E-3-3 E3.2 Recruitment and Selection Number of new teachers required for affected area

Number of new teachers required

Education E-3-4 E3.2 Recruitment and Selection Number of new facilitators/volunteers/peer educators recruited for affected area

Number of other classroom staff recruited

Education E-3-5 E3.3 Supervision Number and percentage of surveyed active-duty education staff who have signed the adopted code of conduct

Teachers working to code of practice

Education E-3-6 E3.3 Supervision Percentage of affected Ministry of Education Office facilities

Affected Ministry of Education office facilities are those slightly damaged, moderately damaged, and severely damaged. This indicator should breaks down damaged and/or destroyed shelter by degree of damage.

Education E-4-1 E4.1 Law and Policy Formulation Percentage of MoE officials at sub-national level in emergency affected areas trained in EiE

Local MoE officials trained in EiE

Education E-4-2 E4.1 Law and Policy Formulation Percentage of MoE officials at sub-national level in emergency affected areas attending training

Local MoE officials trained in EiE

Food Security F-1 F3 Food Access Change in food consumption patterns

Can be measured by several indicatos like Food Consumption Score (FCS) And Household dietary diveristy score (HDDS). Current compared to pre-crisis. Frequency of meals, dietary diversity, increase/ decrease of certain food items.

Food Security F-10 F6 Availability Change in availability of key commodities in markets

Measuring the difference in availability of key commodities will indicate if markets are under stress at different periods of time in comparison to the baseline.

Food Security F-11 F6 Availability Percentage of Households by duration of staple food stock

Percentage of households that have stocks of staple food to feed their family or have the capacity to access food stocks for a given duration of time.

Food Security F-12 F6.1 Food Availability and Agriculture Change in production compared to previous year’s harvest by commodity
Comparing the last years' (normal production) with the post crisis crop production which is also an indicator that can give information on household access to income
 
Food Security F-13 F6 Availability Percentage of Households/ communities unable to plant for next season

Share of households that are unable to restart their agricultural activities in the upcoming cropping season. To be able to farm, HHs need access to arable land, seeds, tools and other agricultural inputs. Depending on the type of crisis, one or more of these can become unavailable.

Food Security F-14 F6 Availability Change in herd sizes

Reporting on the percentage of change to overall herd sizes (households that either lost animals because of the crisis or had to sell or slaughter their animals as an emergency measure).

Food Security F-15 F6 Availability Number of reported animal disease outbreaks

Number of animal disease outbreaks in a community or in any given geographical area.

Food Security F-16 F6 Availability Percentage of Households with suitable daily water and fodder consumption for livestock

Percentage of households that have enough suitable water and fodder available for their animals. In many contexts in may be relevant to collect the data by community.

Food Security F-17 F7 Utilization Percentage of individuals having daily access to an appropriate amount of safe water
Percentage of individuals/HHs that have daily access to an appropriate quantity  (a minimum of 15 litres per person per day of water) and quality of water, coming from an improved water source.
 
Food Security F-18 F7 Utilization Percentage of HHs with capacity to prepare food safely
proportion of households with capacity to prepare food safely (fuel, water, cooking utensils, food)
 
Food Security F-19 F7 Utilization Percentage of households that have changed intra-household food distribution

Assessing the impact of the crisis on food distribution patterns inside the HHs. The change can occur in several ways and have several degrees of severity: i.e. adults restrict consumption for children to eat, women do not eat to give food only to men (as they work) etc.

Food Security F-2 F3 Food Access Change in food source

Change in % share of sources for obtaining food compared to baseline, which could include food purchase, food production, borrowed food, food aid, gifts, barter or wild foods.

Food Security F-3 F3 Food Access % change in key food & non-food commodity prices

Comparison between pre-crisis and actual prices of the main food and non-food commodities in the market.

Food Security F-4 F3 Food Access Coping Strategies

Can be measured by several indicatos like the reduced Coping Strategy Index, the Household Hunger Scale or similar hunger experience indicator. Also the livelihood component can be included.

Food Security F-5 F3 Food Access Change in main source of income

the changes occurred to the income derived from any given sources. It is imperative to have pre-crisis information to be able to value it. Example of sources of income can include crop production, wage labour, trading, livestock, fishery, exploitation of natural resources, salary and remittances.

Food Security F-6 F3 Food Access Change in ability to meet survival and livelihoods protection thresholds
This indicator uses the HEA approach to determine households’ survival and livelihoods protection thresholds and with shocks, their ability to meet their needs, using their coping strategies, as per the baseline.
Food Security F-7 F3 Food Access Expenditure patterns

Change in expenditure patterns in % terms, especially on items such as food, health, education, housing, transportation, clothing fuel and water among others..