Pooled Funds Data Hub

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What is the OCHA Pooled Funds Data Hub? Top

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) manages two types of Pooled Funds: the Country Based Pooled funds (CBPFs) and the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF).

The OCHA Pooled Funds Data Hub portal is a one-stop data visualization platform which delivers both CBPF and CERF Allocations and Donor Contributions data, making it the only information management tool to bring together real-time OCHA Pooled Funds’ data.

It is accessible at this address: https://pfdata.unocha.org/

Through its interactive, on-target visualizations, the PF Data Hub contributes to enhance humanitarian information management for better decision making.

Intended for all users who wish to analyze and learn more about the Pooled Funds figures and trends, the OCHA PF Data Hub data is live and publicly available for everyone to use, download and share.

Drawing its data from the CERF and CBPF Grant Management Systems, the PF Data Hub is composed of:

  • The Allocations map and bar chart, which delivers data on funding allocated to Humanitarian Partners;
  • Two data visualizations dedicated to Donor Contributions providing multi-year comparison and contributions trends per Donor. 

You can download our PDF on the Pooled Funds Data Hub HERE.

Quick tips on how to extract data from the Data Hub 

The PF Data Hub, like the CBPF BI, allows users to extract the data in multiple fashions, developed below:

  1. Download the visual's data as an Excel sheet.

To download the visual's data (for instance, the data of the allocations map, by country filter), hover over the information icon on the right-hand side of the screen, which will open the "Options" panel. Then, click on [.CSV]. The metadata of the visual will be downloaded onto your computer and accessible from the "Downloads" folder of your desktop.

  1. Download the visual as an image or a PDF

To download the visual as an image (PNG) or a PDF of the visual, hover over the information icon on the right-hand side of the screen, which will open the "Options" panel. Then, click on [Image] and choose between the two options: [download as PDF], or [download as image (PNG)]. Click on the format of your choice to download it onto your computer.

  1. Take a screenshot of your filtered view

In the visuals, you can access additional information by hovering over the elements (for instance, a country's circle in the Allocations map). To get this additional information as an image, you can do a right-click with your mouse, and click on either [download pdf] or [download as an image] to download it onto your computer.

 

Allocations Top

Drawing its data from the CERF and CBPF Grant Management Systems, the Allocations map and bar chart of the PF Data Hub delivers data on funding allocated to Humanitarian Partners.

The PF Data Hub includes filtering options, aimed at improving data analysis. Users can view the allocation figures by country or region, by sector (cluster), or by allocation type.

This visual is highly interactive, and offers a wide array of filters, as shown in the screenshot/legend below:

  1. Allocations' map
  2. Allocations' Bar chart 
  3. Hover over, or Select one or several fields to filter the map.
  4. These figures reflect your data selection
  5. Select a year
  6. You can filter this map's and bar chart's data by displaying the funding as a total, a color-coded split between CERF and CBPF, view only CERF or CBPF
  7. Click here to show the options' panel, enabling users to download the data
  8. you can hover over a country's circle or bar chart to access additional information
  • By Country/Regions 

  • By Sector 

  • By Allocation type 

 

ContributionsTop 

The PF Data Hub dedicates two data visualization to Donors' contributions, resulting in increased visibility and faciliating strategic planning.

These visuals, By CERF/CBPF and By Donor, allow a multi-year comparison as well as a contributions trends analysis by fund and by donor. 

  • By CERF/CBPF 

The By CERF/CBPF visual displays the contributions' paid, or pledged from countries and donors to the Pooled Funds, CERF and CBPF. By default, all years are selected, However, you can single out one year's data, or select several years to see a multi-year comparison, with a break-down by month.

Users can dissociate the paid to pledged amounts (the pledged option is only available for the current year).

You can see below the screenshot and according legend for more information : 

  1. Timeline : select one or up to four years from this timeline. By default, all years (button at the far right of the timeline) are selected.
  2. Choose from Total, Paid or Pledged to filter the corresponding data. Please note that the pledged amounts are only available for the current year.
  3. Hover over this icon to access the Options' panel, from which you can extract the data as an Excel sheet (.CSV), as an image (PDF or PNG) or see an animation of the data thourghout the years.
  4. Click on either of this icons to be redirected to their acording dedicated Business Intelligence Platforms, on which you will have access to more information.
  • By Donor 

The By Donor visual displays the contributions data and trends by donor. You can enlarge a graph by clicking on the cross. Users can see the contributions amounts as a total, a color-coded split between CERF and CBPF, view only CERF or CBPF.

You can see below the screenshot and according legend for more information : 

  1. Users can see the contributions amounts as a total, a color-coded split between CERF and CBPF, view only CERF or CBPF.
  2. Hover over this icon to access the Options' panel, from which you can extract the data as an Excel sheet (.CSV), as an image (PDF or PNG) or see an animation of the data thourghout the years.
  3. Click on either of this icons to be redirected to their acording dedicated Business Intelligence Platforms, on which you will have access to more information.
  4. Click on this cross to view an enlarged version of the graph.