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Government Forum for Government Response - an overview
Government Forum for Government Response - an overview
Government Forum for Government Response - an overview
Government Forum for Government Response - an overview
Government Forum for Government Response - an overview
Government Forum for Government Response - an overview
Government Forum for Government Response - an overview
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Government Forum for Government Response - an overview

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  • 1. H o s t G o v e r n m e n tF o r u mMarch 2013 l 28th ALNAP Meeting l Washington
  • 2. NDMAs and the InternationalHumanitarian System• Achanging relationship• Low-levels of trust and mutualunderstanding• Positives steps in creating links outside ofemergency phase
  • 3. The importance of learning andimprovement• Central to the work ofALNAP over the last15 years• An important route to improvedperformance• Both a collective and internal activity
  • 4. The importance of learning andimprovement• Arange of approaches taken within thehumanitarian system to date:– Evaluation– Capacity assessment– Standards and codes– Training and professionalisation• Within the context of wider-efforts to improvehumanitarian performance
  • 5. A Focus on Evaluation• Has played a key role in the humanitarian system• Can take different forms and serve differentpurposes:– System wideevaluation– Accountability focused– Learning focused• Systematic efforts alongside less formal processes,such asAfterAction Reviews
  • 6. The importance of learning andimprovement• Arange of approaches taken withinNDMAs:– Evaluation– Simulation– Capacity development– Training• Much more that we don’t know about
  • 7. Evidence of collaboration to date• There are examples of collaboration:– Evaluations– Joint-simulations– Efforts to build capacity together• Also growing regional collaborationbetween states• But much more we don’t know about
  • 8. • What learning approaches are NDMAscurrently taking?• What is working and why?• Which approaches show most potential forcollaboration?Questions toexplore:
  • 9. THANK YOUMarch 2013 l 28th ALNAP Meeting l Washington

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