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The Environment in Humanitarian Action (EHA) Framework is an online toolkit or searchable resource for both environmental actors working with the humanitarian system as well as humanitarian actors wishing to give greater emphasis to environment-related issues in their programming. It is currently under construction and will be structured around three levels: preparedness, sudden onset emergencies and protracted crises.
The NEAT + is a simple and pragmatic project level environmental assessment tool that assesses a snapshot of the current sensitivity of the local environment, highlighting any underlying vulnerabilities. The tool then overlays activity-specific information to identify potential exacerbating risks posed by a project.
RAPID ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
An update of the Rapid Environmental Assessment tool initially designed in 2004.
REMOTE ENVIRONMENTAL DATA ANALYSIS
The Remote Environmental Data Analysis is a collaborative process which allows environmental actors to be involved in humanitarian analysis, via participation in a working group set up under the Joint Initiative and managed by the UN Environment / OCHA Joint Unit.