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Provides support to the cluster by coordinating and facilitating effective data collection and information sharing and by creating and sharing useful, accurate, balanced and reliable information products to stakeholders in accessible formats that can be used to guide strategic decision making, create a shared understanding of the situation and ensure a systematic approach to planning and monitoring of the response.
Works with relevant stakeholders to plan and collect data that will support the cluster and partners across all stages of the response including needs assessment and analysis, strategic planning, resource mobilisation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation.
Monitors coverage, equity and quality of the response against the cluster’s strategy, priorities and agreed results and against the evolving situation and needs of the affected population, compiles effective reports and suggests corrective action when required.
Stores, transfers and manages data in effective and appropriate ways that follow data protection best practice and that ensure sensitive humanitarian data is not exposed, keeping databases, contact lists and files up-to-date by systematically reviewing what is retained and destroying out-of-date data or information that is no longer required.
Analyses data and creates useful, accurate and informative products that support the work of the cluster and partners; disseminates products with appropriate stakeholders in a timely manner, in formats and using mechanisms and platforms that are accessible for stakeholders.
Supports, strengthens and builds national NiE preparedness and response capacity and lead an effective nutrition response by supporting the development of technical and operational capacity of national and local, state and non-state organisations, by working through and engaging with national and sub-national coordination mechanisms when appropriate and by encouraging the active participation of national and local actors in the nutrition cluster.