Urban Response Analysis Framework, IIED

The purpose of this Urban Response Analysis Framework (URAF) is to support the identification of appropriate multi-sector programme responses for urban contexts taking into consideration the needs and vulnerabilities of the population, and the wider internal and external operational context in which organisations operate and the displaced population lives. Multi-sectoral approaches and vulnerability assessments are evolving areas of practice and evidence on definitive ‘best practices’ is still emerging. This guidance should be taken as a starting point and be built upon and/or revised as further evidence emerges.

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