Consolidated Appeals Process (CAP)
At the onset, the Consolidated Appeal Process (CAP) was meant to “strengthen the coordination of humanitarian emergency assistance of the United Nations”. This inter-agency process quickly evolved into a broader framework encompassing the entire humanitarian community, inclusive of UN and non-UN entities. The Common Humanitarian Action Plan (CHAP), feeding into the CAP, was then developed to better address coordination needs. The latter was soon recognized by donors as an important tool serving the raison d’être of the CAP, namely humanitarian coordination.
Reform of WHO’s emergency capacities
WHO is undergoing substantial reform to ensure the Organization's emergency capacities are fit for purpose
Emergency Response Framework (ERF)
ERF is to clarify WHO’s roles and responsibilities and to provide a common approach for its work in emergencies.