The sixth Humanitarian Networks and Partnerships Week (HNPW) will be held at the International Conference Centre (CICG) in Geneva, Switzerland from 3-7 February 2020.

Gathering 2,200 participants in 2019, the event hosts the annual meetings and consultations of numerous humanitarian Networks and Partnerships and brings together experts in crisis preparedness and response from a diversity of organizations and countries to identify solutions to common humanitarian challenges.
Registration
HNPW is a free event for professionals working in humanitarian preparedness and response. Previous HNPW participants have come from governments, donors, UN Agencies, IFRCRC societies, NGOs, academia and the private sector.
Event Summary 2019
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Programme 2019
Please see below the week's programme. Summaries of the sessions and their outcomes will be uploaded regularly.

Click on each of the days of the week to view the programme.

The programme can also be downloaded


Meetings were open to all participants, unless they are marked as

Annual Network/Partnership Meeting/Consultation
Cross-Network Session
Briefing/Introductory Session
Technical Network Meeting




Monday 4th
TimeRoom 3Room 4Room 5Room 6Room 7/8Room 9Room 11Room 12Room 13Room 15Room 16Room 17Room 18Room 19
09:00 - 10:30

11:00 - 12:30 11.00-12.00: 11.00-11.40:

11.50-12.30:


11.00-11.40:

11:50-12:30

14:00 - 15:3014.00-14.40:

14.50-15.30:

14.00-14.40:

14.50-15.30:



14:00-14:40


14:50-15:30
14.00-14.40:

14.50-15.30:


14.00-14.40:
16:00 - 17:3016.00-16.40:

16.50-17.30:




16:00-16:40
Inter-Network Day
Wednesday 6 February 2019, the Inter-Network Day hosted a number of Cross-Network Sessions where participants actively engaged and collaborated with each other to collectively identify solutions and next steps to common challenges in humanitarian action.

Kicked-off by welcoming remarks by Michael Møller, USG of the United Nations and Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG), and a keynote speech by Ursula Müller, ASG for Humanitarian Affairs and Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator in OCHA, the opening session included a presentation of the State of the Humanitarian System (SOHS) 2018 by ALNAP, and a collaboration-exercise.

The Inter-Network Day was open for all and offered a unique opportunity to address current issues of relevance across the humanitarian sector.

Check out the Wednesday-Programme or find out more about the sessions .
HNPW 2019 in pictures
Participating Networks and Partnerships


Early Action Focus Task Force
Information Management Working Group
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