GBV Call to Action – Action Plan

Pathways

  • Internal Institutional Policies
  • Inter-Agency Systems
  • Implementation

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Outcome 1: Institutional Policies and Standards

Humanitarian actors adopt and implement institutional policies and standards to strengthen gender equality, prevent and respond to GBV, and enhance accountability for taking action.

Action Areas

1a: % of partner organizations that have established enforceable institutional policies/standards on GBV and on gender equality for programming in humanitarian settings (linked to Action 1-1)

Milestone

80% by 2018

Target

100% by 2020

1b: % of state partners with national policies and implementation plans on GBV and on gender equality (linked to Action 1-2)

Milestone

80% by 2018

Target

100% by 2020

Outcome 2: Coordination

All levels within the humanitarian architecture promote effective and accountable inter-agency/inter-sectoral GBV leadership and coordination.

Action Areas

2a: % of global level GBV AoR members satisfied with leadership, performance, and accountability of the global humanitarian GBV coordination mechanism.

Milestone

60% by 2017

Target

85% by 2018

2b: % of new crises with a country-level humanitarian GBV coordination mechanism established within 14 days of cluster activation.

Milestone

80% by 2018

90% by 2019

Target

100% by 2020

2c: % of countries with a Humanitarian Coordinator that have a national-level humanitarian GBV coordination co-led/led by a national actor.

Milestone

30% by 2018

Target

50% by 2020

Outcome 3: Assessment and Planning

Needs assessments, analyses, and planning processes support effective and accountable integration of GBV prevention and response and gender equality into humanitarian response efforts.

Action Areas

3a: % of selected inter-sector/inter-cluster and sector/cluster assessment tools that integrate GBV and gender equality.

Milestone

80% by 2018

Target

100% by 2020

3b: % of Humanitarian Program Cycle (HPC) countries where GBV and gender equality are integrated into HPC processes and reflected in documents.

Milestone

50% by 2018

Target

100% by 2020

Outcome 4: Funding

Funding is available for GBV prevention and response for each phase of an emergency, from preparedness and crisis onset through transition to development.

Action Areas

4a: # projects to implement core GBV services in strategic response plans, by country.

Milestone

Target

Increase in # of projects and # of countries from 2018-2020

4b: # humanitarian crises where a funding tracking mechanism for GBV is in place.

Milestone

Target

Increase in # of countries from 2018-2020

Outcome 5: Specialized Services

Specialized GBV prevention and response services are implemented in each phase of an emergency, from preparedness and crisis onset through transition to development.

Action Areas

5a: A set of core GBV services for all crisis phases is established and agreed to by Call to Action partners

Milestone

Technical working group formed by 2016

Target

Completed by 2018; set new indicator on implementation

5b: Finalization and implementation of a comprehensive capacity development strategy targeting national and international GBV specialists.

Milestone

Finalization and endorsement by 2016

Target

Implementation in accordance with the timeline established in the strategy

Outcome 6: Capacity Building

Those managing and leading humanitarian operations have and apply the knowledge and skills needed to foster gender equality and reduce and mitigateGBV risk.

Action Areas

6a: % of projects in Strategic Response Plans that incorporate actions from the revised IASC Guidelines for Integrating GBV in Humanitarian Action, by country.

Milestone

50% by 2019

Target

80% by 2020