Humanitarian coordination is based on the principle that a coherent approach to emergency response will maximize its benefits and minimize its potential pitfalls - in short, that the “whole” will be greater that the sum of its parts.
A unique set of information from each OCHA-oPt area field coordination unit. This section includes area bios, links to maps, and thematic photo gallery

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AID Coordination
As part of its mandate, OCHA leads the Consolidated Appeals Process (CAP) for resource mobilisation. Eleven UN organisations, four INGOs and the PRCS used this tool to appeal for funds in 2005.
 Donor Coordination
As part of its mandate, OCHA leads the Consolidated Appeals Process (CAP) for resource mobilisation. Eleven UN organisations, four INGOs and the PRCS used this tool to appeal for funds in 2005.
The Humanitarian Emergency Response Fund (HERF) is designed to fund initial responses to an outbreak of an emergency in the oPt. It is open to UN agencies, international and national NGOs.
  NGO Coordination
Association of International Development Agencies - AIDA - is the principle coordination forum for international NGOs operating in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT). It has served and facilitated the work of its NGO members for over 30 years. AIDA's core functions are information provision, policy analysis, linkages with the relief and development assistance community, advocacy, security and training.

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