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22 Mar 2014 description

Introduction

In 2012 ALNAP and CDA started collaborating on action research looking at feedback mechanisms in humanitarian contexts, to establish what makes them work effectively and to focus on bringing different stakeholders’ perspectives – particularly those of crisis-affected people – into the conversation.

11 Oct 2013 description

ALNAP together with CDA have published their first of three case studies examining the question of ‘What makes humanitarian feedback mechanisms effective?’

This publication will help you understand how agency staff, but most importantly affected people and communities think about feedback mechanisms and how they experience and engage with them.
Insights featured in this case study include:

  • The key role community helpdesk focal points are playing to maintain a function feedback loop in IPDs camps in South Darfur.

28 Feb 2010 description

Background to the Evaluation

Southern Sudan has presented a unique operating environment for the NGO community for the better part of 22 years. During the civil war, Operation Lifeline Sudan (OLS) defined the space for NGO activity regardless of participation in OLS itself; and since the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) in 2005, Southern Sudan has been in a political purgatory that has presented the NGO community with a series of problems in principle and practice.

The NGO Forum was created in 1996 to bring together international NGOs associated with OLS, which had …

26 Mar 2009 description

Summary: This ALNAP-HPG paper focuses on the recent expulsion of NGOs from Sudan. It offers a snapshot of what expelled aid agencies were doing, where they were based and the type of assistance they were providing at the time of their departure. It looks at the challenges these agencies had to tackle, how their programmes evolved, the extent to which these agencies had developed contingency plans and remote working capacities and the challenges involved in scaling up operations to make up for the shortfall in services.

01 Mar 2009 description

This ALNAP-HPG paper focuses on the recent expulsion of NGOs from Sudan. It offers a snapshot of what expelled aid agencies were doing, where they were based and the type of assistance they were providing at the time of their departure. It looks at the challenges these agencies had to tackle, how their programmes evolved, the extent to which these agencies had developed contingency plans and remote working capacities and the challenges involved in scaling up operations to make up for the shortfall in services.

15 Jun 1999 description
report ALNAP


Report prepared for the Active Learning Network on Accountability and Performance in Humanitarian Assistance

1.0 BACKGROUND

1.1 Introduction