MISP Readiness Assessment (in English, Georgian, Russian, and Turkish)
The Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for SRH is a collection of minimum actions to be implemented at the onset of crisis—within 48 hours—to help reduce mortality and morbidity related to sexual and reproductive health. It is complemented by a list of Inter-Agency Reproductive Health Kits (IARH). The activities can be implemented without an in-depth SRH assessment and must be in place before moving to implementation of comprehensive SRH services.
The MISP Readiness Assessment (MRA) is for governments, the United Nations, civil society organizations, communitybased organizations and private sector actors—particularly those working in the area of SRH and disaster management— to come together and assess the readiness to implement the MISP during an emergency.