4 edition of Participatory monitoring of humanitarian mine action found in the catalog.
|Statement||Susan Willett, editor|
|Contributions||Willett, Susan, United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 107 p. :|
|Number of Pages||107|
report1 researched the participatory monitoring and evaluation literature and concluded that EHP should develop a participatory monitoring methodology for use in WSH projects and relevant training materials for field staff. The second report, an analysis of the monitoring experiences and methods of Nicaraguan NGOs working in WSH,2 concluded that. Participatory monitoring. Cultural considerations in psycho-social interventions. Surveys and participatory assessment techniques. How to assess child-protection needs. How to carry out a field visit. How to set up a complaints and response mechanism. There is an extensive body of documentation relating to the monitoring of humanitarian aid.
Landmine Monitor • The “Landmine Monitor Report” established by the ICBL –1st Civil Society Monitoring System of Weapons Category • Survey Working Group • The Geneva International Center for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD) is established by the government of Switzerland. future humanitarian programming and monitoring activities in inaccessible conflict settings. 2. Methods (action in response to a situation that has already occurred) and a last resort with the least amount of delegation of authority to field staff, and little capacity development or skills transfer. Regular contact and participatory.
Standards for monitoring and evaluation in emergencies: 1. Early monitoring systems are simple, use-oriented and flexible to accommodate change in context and activities. 2. Monitor the relevance, effectiveness and quality of the response to . 9. Training module on participatory community monitoring and evaluation. Why participatory community monitoring and evaluation? Participatory community monitoring and evaluation are extremely important for learning about the achievement/deviation from original concerns and problems faced by local development projects/programmes being implemented, so that .
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Participatory Monitoring of Humanitarian Mine Action: Giving Voice to Citizens of Nicaragua, Mozambique and Cambodia Susan Willett Editor UNIDIR United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research Geneva, Switzerland.
Get this from a library. Participatory monitoring of humanitarian mine action: giving voice to citizens of Nicaragua, Mozambique and Cambodia. [Susan Willett; United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research.;] -- Since its entry into force on 1 Marchthe Mine Ban Treaty (MBT) has been successful in attaining its aim of abolishing anti-personnel landmines.
Participatory monitoring and evaluation techniques, argue the authors, can strengthen the monitoring and verification of the implementation of victim assistance programmes and thus lead to an improvement in the condition of mine casualties.
Participatory monitoring & evaluation (PM&E) is a process through which stakeholders at various levels engage in monitoring or evaluating a particular project, program or policy, share control over the content, the process and the results of the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) activity and engage in taking or identifying corrective actions.
Freire’s ideas, which have been so influential in liberation theology, ANC activism in South Africa and community development across the globe in the last 50 years, involve a different mindset and practice to conventional humanitarian thinking and action.
As the humanitarian sector tries to increase people power in new modes of participatory. Evaluation: Humanitarian Mine Action Programmes: Libya, Lebanon and Burma/Myanmar Summary: Humanitarian Mine Action Programmes: Libya, Lebanon and Burma/Myanmar DCA Humanitarian Mine Action Programme in Lebanon, Libya.
Monitoring and Evaluation Consultancy in Nigeria about Gender, Mine Action and Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding, requiring years of. 3 IASC, Policy on Protection in Humanitarian Action, 4 Note that there is sometimes confusion between needs assessments, the UNHCR Tool for Participatory Assessments, and participatory approaches.
All needs assessments must adhere to the principles and practices of participatory approaches. A Guide to Mine Action, Fifth Edition, GICHD, Geneva, March ISBN The Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD) is an international expert organisation based in Switzerland that works to eliminate mines, explosive.
Evaluation Report - PO Mine Action Evaluation E/C Page i Table of Contents Page Disclaimer iv Acknowledgements v List of Abbreviations vi Executive Summary viii Introduction 1 Our Understanding of the Terms of Reference 1 Objectives of the Evaluation 1 The Logic of Linking Mine Action and Development 1 Country.
Njeri S. () The Politics of Non-recognition: Re-evaluating the Apolitical Presentation of the UN Humanitarian Mine Action Programs in Somaliland. In: Bolton M., Njeri S., Benjamin-Britton T.
(eds) Global Activism and Humanitarian Disarmament. Monitoring and Evaluation Job in Syria about Education and Mine Action, requiring years of experience, from UNOPS; closing on 10 Dec projects and/or Humanitarian Response and at least two years of experience in the following areas: protection, disaster risk reduction/management, or livelihoods.
Demonstrated experience in participatory facilitation methods Experience in documentation and reporting; experience in conducting action research is a plus. delivery, monitoring and reporting on development outcomes. In this regard, participatory and inclusive societies.
The Agenda does not represent the only policy framework guiding mine action. Humanitarian imperatives, legal obligations and a rights-based approach. Humanitarian action is any activity taken with the objective of saving lives, alleviating suffering, and maintaining human dignity during and after human-induced crises and disasters resulting from natural hazards.
Humanitarian action also includes prevention and preparation for these. Humanitarian action includes both the provision of assistance (such as food, healthcare and.
Guidance HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE MONITORING 3 • Provide a basis for conducting evaluations of humanitarian action and for identifying best practices and lessons learned to improve action in the long-term.
Response monitoring is NOT intended to: • Track changes in the context or in humanitarian needs. Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons; Economic Growth, Energy, and Environment. Economic Growth, Energy, and Environment The United States Pledges $3 Million for Humanitarian Mine Action During Prince Harry’s Visit to Angola Febru DipNote: Military and Security.
Participation handbook, chapter 7 - Participatory assessment EN. Participation handbook, chapter 8 - Participatory project design EN. Participation handbook, chapter 9 - Participatory implementation and monitoring EN. Participation handbook, chapter 10 - Participatory evaluation EN.
Participation handbook, chapter 11 - Tools and additional. Support and facilitation for community-level participatory projects could be provided by local civil society organisations, first responders such as mine action and humanitarian NGOs, academic institutions and relevant international organisations (UNEP ).
Monitoring land degradation. Humanitarian Performance Monitoring - Toolkit and Guide 01 June 4 1. Introduction Background – the Core Commitment for Children in Humanitarian Action (CCCs) The purpose of the Humanitarian PM Toolkit is to support the effective implementation of UNICEF Core Commitments for Children in Humanitarian Action (CCCs).
This entails. How can participatory communication be applied in development projects? This World Bank publication outlines the four key phases of the participatory communication programme cycle. Genuine participatory communication is rare, but it can facilitate the empowerment of marginalised groups and have wider social and political effects.
It requires continual dialogue .Participatory monitoring and evaluation (PM&E) is designed to recognize and include communities as important stakeholders in data collection and evaluation. It expands the notion of accountability to answer not only whether organizations are fulfilling the terms of the funding they receive, but also whether they are fulfilling the needs and.step—the development of a community action plan.
Ensure that the CHWs and representatives of the community are in charge of implementing the plan. Once the implementation and monitoring of the action plans is complete, instruct the groups to carry out a participatory evaluation by having the community evaluate the success.