IOM Guidance on Response Planning

For migrants vulnerable to violence, exploitation and abuse

Number of Pages: 
40
Year: 
2019
Electronic copy only
Description: 

The practical guidelines contained in this publication provide guidance on how to determine the need for a response to migrants in situations of vulnerability, and on how to plan for, finance, monitor and evaluating such response, accordingly. This publication should be considered as complementing the IOM Handbook. Protection and Assistance for Migrants Vulnerable to Violence, Exploitation and Abuse (hereafter the IOM Handbook).

Table of contents: 
  • LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
  • 1. PURPOSE AND SCOPE
  • 2. INTRODUCTION
  • 3. DETERMINING THE NEED FOR A RESPONSE
    • Migration-related events
    • Political commitments and legal requirements
    • Surveys and consultations
    • Research and analysis
  • 4. PLANNING A RESPONSE
    • Determining the type of response needed
    • Individual responses
    • Household and family responses
    • Community responses
    • Structural responses
    • Stakeholder mapping and consultations
    • Roles and responsibilities in response planning
    • Designing the response
    • Identifying target beneficiary group(s)
    • Targeted and mainstreamed approaches to response
    • United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework
    • Humanitarian Response Plans
    • Return and readmission agreements
    • Bilateral labour arrangements
    • National planning processes
    • National plans of action
    • Community development plans
    • Preparedness and contingency plans
    • Response planning outputs
    • Coordination of the response
  • 5. FINANCING A RESPONSE FOR MIGRANTS VULNERABLE TO VIOLENCE, EXPLOITATION AND ABUSE
    • Budget models
    • Line-item budgeting
    • Programme budgeting
    • Participatory budgeting
    • Costing a strategy or plan
    • Inclusion of vulnerable migrants in government budget processes
    • External funding sources
    • Bilateral funding
    • Private sector funding
    • Multi-donor or pooled funds
  • 6. MONITORING, REPORTING, EVALUATING AND LEARNING
    • Monitoring
    • Reporting
    • Evaluating
    • Learning