It was published as part of the ‘Great Insights’ magazine by the European Centre for Development Policy Management
Humanitarian Outcomes and partners are undertaking a three-year programme of primary and applied research that seeks to contribute to practical solutions for maintaining effective humanitarian response amid high levels of insecurity. The research programme, funded by UK’s Department for International Development (DFID), consists of three phased components:
1) Access – to produce empirical evidence on how insecurity affects the presence and provision of humanitarian assistance to affected populations;
2) Effectiveness – to comparatively assess the practical modalities by which humanitarian actors seek to safely maintain and increase their ability to effectively serve these populations, while adhering to humanitarian principles; and
3) Monitoring – to design a workable framework for monitoring and evaluation of aid programming in insecure environments to help optimise the quality, quantity, and accountability of aid delivery, with minimal negative externalities.
The four case study countries will be Afghanistan, south central Somalia, South Sudan and Syria.
This Terms of Reference outlines the primary tasks and requirements of the researcher who will work under Component 1 in the role of Secure Access Monitor for South Sudan.
The South Sudan NGO Forum is now recruiting for multiple positions within the South Sudan NGO Secretariat.
To view vacancies, please click on the links below or navigate to the Recruitment page of this website, located under the “Contact” tab on the menu.
NOTE: Adverts have been updated as of Jan 8, 2014.
Please note that there is now a page titled Remote Management of Humanitarian Operations added to the website. It can be found under the “Other Coordination” tab on the menu sidebar, or by using the following link: http://southsudanngoforum.org/other-coordination/remote-management-humanitarian-operations/
We hope this provides useful, and will continue to update the website in the coming days with other relevant material regarding the situation in South Sudan.
Further information is available at: www.worldhumanitarianday.org/
Standing Order for the Suspension of Tax Exemptions
South Sudan Customs Service
Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning
Government of South Sudan
23 October, 2012
via Logistics Cluster:
‘Please find the Access Constraints Map of South Sudan for this week attached above. It includes information received from partners in county/state locations of physical constraints. If you have any new information of current status of the roads/bridges/airstrips/river ways or corrections to make, please email@example.com ’
by Amanda Hsiao, Jennifer Christian, and John Prendergast
The Enough Project