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Global architecture of UNICEF’s humanitarian action HUMANITARIAN Programme Support







US$5.3 million

Mobilize global support

Supply and logistics

Regional support

–– Systems and procedures

–– Copenhagen and regional hubs –– Procurement –– Warehousing –– Logistical support

–– Technical support (Programmes and Operations) –– Emergency preparedness and response –– Oversight and quality assurance –– Disaster risk reduction

–– Technical support

Programmatic support –– Nutrition, Health, Water Sanitation and Hygiene, Child Protection, Education, HIV and AIDS –– Communication for Development, Early Childhood Development, Disabilities –– Resilience –– National Capacity Development –– DRR/Preparedness

Human resources –– Headquarters Emergency Unit –– Coordinating three modes of deployment (Internal, External, Standby)

Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States

–– Humanitarian Advocacy

Security/Operations Centre (OPSCEN)

East Asia and the Pacific

Results-based monitoring and evaluation


Eastern and Southern Africa

–– Peacebuilding

–– Needs assessment

Resource mobilization

–– Performance monitoring

Policy and guidance –– Core Commitments for Children, Gender, Children and armed conflict –– Knowledge management

Finance and administration Information and communication technology

–– Innovations –– High-threat environments


Latin America and the Caribbean Middle East and North Africa South Asia

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–– Inter-agency

West and Central Africa

–– Transformative agenda –– NGOs, civil society, academia

Global Cluster Coordination –– Field Support –– Information Management

Numbers do not total US$ 31.2M because of rounding

Total cost:

Covered by core resources:

Covered by other resources:

Funding gap:

US$31.2 million

US$16.4 million

US$7.4 million

US$7.5 million

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