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Joint SEA Risk Assessment Technical Note

The Joint SEA Risk Assessment Technical Note, led by IOM, aims to support PSEA stakeholders in-country (e.g. PSEA Coordinators, PSEA Networks, etc.) to prepare and plan a joint SEA risk assessment, capturing response-wide SEA risk results. The Note aims to fill gaps by sharing and promoting good practices to perform SEA risk assessments as a collective, joint activity. The joint assessment does not replace or duplicate existing organizational or sectoral assessments, but rather builds and expands on the existing evidence-base.


  • Language: French
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  • Theme: Monitoring Evaluation and Reporting
  • Year of publication: 2022
  • Author: IOM
  • Size: 390.08 KB
  • Document:pdf
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