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Guidance for Common Operational Datasets (COD)
The purpose of the fiollowing guidance is to support the Common Operational Datasets (COD) quality and sets minimum standards that enables data interoperability and harmonization. The guidance is designed to compliment the Operational Guidance On Responsibilities Of Cluster/Sector Leads & OCHA In Information Management
- COD FOD Registry Generic Presentation
- COD FOD Registry Help
- Guidance for COD FOD Registry Metadata
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Mapping and Geodata Help
- File and Dataset Management
- Satellite support
Material and Repositories are welcome. Please send an email to email@example.com
MXD of CODsesrvices (ArcGIS file that can be used for symbology - created with OCHA VIU and based on the Style Guide)
More information to come...
IASC Guidelines on the Humanitarian Profile
Guidance for P-codes
P-Codes are found in administrative boundaries and populated places CODs
- P-Coder Tool - OCHA Iraq
- P-Coder Tool - OCHA Myanmar
- P-Coder Tool - OCHA Philippines
- P-Coder Tool install guide (from PHL example)
COD/FOD REGISTRY MIGRATION TO HDX
OCHA is in the process of integrating key community web platforms, including ReliefWeb, Humanitarian Response (HR.info) and the Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX). The goal is to create internal efficiency in how we manage information and to make it easier for users to find the information they need to do their work. An initial step in this consolidation process will be to move the data that is currently stored on HR.info over to HDX so that there is one place for humanitarian data.
The migration of the COD FOD Registry to HDX will take place over the next several months. The data will be moved in three separate month-long phases. The work will begin with an initial batch of 13 offices, many of which are already working with HDX.