2. RESPONSE ANALISYS

Definition - What is it
Response analysis means deciding what to do based on the existing information. The response analysis process will help the organization to determine the livelihood programmatic options that are most appropriate and feasible, given the priority needs of the most vulnerable population.

Logic in the TOOLBOX
It is conducted at the end of the assessment process, in which the affected population’s needs are identified. It will be followed by the set up and implementation module which will start with a review of the response proposed at the end of this module.
It is crucial the link between the tools used in the assessment, response analysis and monitoring and evaluation; therefore the user of the toolbox will have to move back and forward between those modules in order to achieve maximum outcome of the field work done.

Location Tool name
Livelihoods Coordination Groups, 2015
Seasonal Calendar
Typical Effects of Different Types of Natural Disaster
Estimation of food and non-food monthly cash needs for a household of four
Gender checklists with questions to ask and actions to take
Summary of findings of market analysis
Market analysis report
Complete coping Strategies Analysis
Overview of Categories of Coping Strategies
Simple coping strategies analysis
Example of Response Analysis Process
CRISTAL - Community-based Risk Screening Tool - Adaptation and Livelihoods
Response analysis and response choice in food security crises: a roadmap
Building Sector Integration into the Programme
Holistic Approaches, Strategies and Institutional Frameworks
Sustainable Livelihood Approach Framework
A Toolkit for Urban Resilience in Situations of Chronic Violence
Helpful Frameworks for Gender and Socio Economic Analysis
Integrating Protection/GBV Mitigation into Livelihood Programs checklist
Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Guide
The Minimum Standards for Age and Disability Inclusion in Humanitarian Action
Urban services during protracted armed conflict: a call for a better approach to assisting affected people
Criteria for identifying appropriate interventions
How can different types of livelihoods assistance be used in programming
Needs Analysis and Response Options. Impact and Needs Analysis and Response Options
How to assess needs that put lives and/or livelihood at risk
Livelihood Needs Analysis based on Livelihood capitals
Needs Analysis. Examples of evidence of risk to lives and livelihood outcomes
Scoring Livelihood capitals Access and Ownership
Tips for Rapid Calculations of Impact of Disaster on Employment
Vulnerabilities common among the urban poor
Dawn in the City: Guidance for Achieving Self-Reliance for Urban Refugees
Livelihood strategies. Some strategies used by poor households
Range of possible responses to address identified needs
Are cash transfers the ‘new normal’ in the Philippines? Challenges and opportunities from Typhoon Haiyan
Gender in Agriculture SOURCEBOOK
Livelihoods Project Database - List of interventions in the past (by type of intervention)
Missing the point An analysis of food security interventions in the Great Lakes
System failure? Revisiting the problems of timely response to crises in the Horn of Africa
Urban livelihoods recovery. Lessons from Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Linking relief, recovery and development in urban areas.
Risk Analysis
4W-5W Matrix Template. Cluster Response Summary
Stakeholder Response Analysis. Identify gaps in stakeholder responses to identified needs
Cost Benefit Analysis
Ex-Ante Carbon-Balance Tool (EX-ACT)
From Livelihood Programming Objectives to Indicators
Indicative List of Sustainable Livelihood Activities for Projects on Refugee Support and Urban Areas
ODI/DFID, Key Sheets for Sustainable Livelihood
How to define and calculate livelihood protection needs
Analyse the appropriateness, feasibility and risk of different response options
Analyse the appropriateness, feasibility and risk of different response options. SWOT Analysis.
Decision making. Response Menu and Decision making tree
Decision making. Response Option Selection
Budget definition Template
Defining a Plan of Action
Human Resources Plan Template
Logical Framework Template
Work Plan Template
Targeting Criteria
Targeting. Target Level and Targeting mechanisms
Livelihood Key Programme Indicators (outcome level)
Guidelines poverty and LH analysis for targeting in IFAD projects