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Vso code of practice review
Vso code of practice review
Vso code of practice review
Vso code of practice review
Vso code of practice review
Vso code of practice review
Vso code of practice review
Vso code of practice review
Vso code of practice review
Vso code of practice review
Vso code of practice review
Vso code of practice review
Vso code of practice review
Vso code of practice review
Vso code of practice review
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  • 1. VSO Vietnam Code of Practice Supporting Civil Society in Vietnam in organisational development Code of practice 1
  • 2. Contents: Introduction Why VSO involved in CD/OD VSO Vietnam’s idea Other Models Where are we now Taking things forward Code of practice 2
  • 3. Introduction WHY VSO interested The desire to support CS orgs Many requests for OD/CB support to VSO Choice of Partners Perceptions of capacity Code of practice 3
  • 4. Perceptions of capacity  Questions relating to level of representation and accountability the organisation has with its client base:  VSO key objective is inclusion of the vulnerable  VSO has global tools and experience of measuring impact on inclusion  Questions relating to level of openness to learning Code of practice 4
  • 5. VSO’s Idea  Develop a framework that could be the basis:  To support and stimulate OD in local NGOs  To facilitate the work of VSO volunteers working in OD  To facilitate cooperation amongst all stakeholders in supporting civil society Code of practice 5
  • 6. The Code of practice Lotus Orchid Rose Tulip Daffodil Daisy Self-assessment External assessment Code of practice 6
  • 7. Categories 1) Social Accountability 2) Organisational Governance 3) Human Resource Management 4) Partnership and Collaboration 5) Monitoring and Evaluation 6) Financial and Legality 7)Project/Programme Management Code of practice 7
  • 8. Example 1 Accountability: Phase Sub-category Progressive indicators 1 Clients are - Services and information are provided aware of & for clients. Daisy receive the - The organisation informs clients of the organisations timing and activities taking place. activities. Organisational - The Organisation understands the nature awareness of of stigma and discrimination, and the rights stigma and of their clients and affected communities discrimination Code of practice 8
  • 9. Example 2  Partnership and Collaboration: Phase Sub-category Progressive indicators 4 Actively - Potential partners for programmes and Rose considers activities are identified based on opportunities experiences and relationship, without to integrate or selling out on ideas and principles. enlarge - Organisations are actively approached to programmes discuss potential partnerships. with other - Meetings with strategic alliances take organisations place on a regular basis. - The organisation ensures accountability to the various stakeholders (e.g. clients, donors etc.) Code of practice 9
  • 10. 2 ways of applying  Focus on one specific category  Holistic development Code of practice 10
  • 11. Advantages to NGOs From this or similar scheme - Better image with Donors and INGO’s (branding and advocacy) - More specific analysis of OD needs - Sharing and support amongst NGO’s Code of practice 11
  • 12. Other Models? - Cambodian NGO GPP - Cambodian equivalent of NGORC runs scheme - 1 level - 17 organisations certified already - PACT model of customised self assessment - Codes of Practice from INGOS and HIV Code of practice 12
  • 13. Advantages INGO’s From this or similar scheme - Commitment to change of local organisations more visible and measurable - More specific analysis of support needed - Sharing and support amongst all stakeholders (branding and advocacy) Code of practice 13
  • 14. Where are we now? - We have a Framework with an idea to support OD already discussed with other stakeholders; other models have emerged too - We have a Tool to support VSO office - The CDWG exists and is a forum for developing the ideas further Code of practice 14
  • 15. Taking things forward? Collaboration & development • Work in CDWG generally • Work in a small group to develop idea further for CDWG Code of practice 15
  • 16. N TOR Code of practice group Refine idea • Consider the models: • Consider comments from earlier reviews • Consider complexity/levels • Consider self v external certification • Fit to Vietnamese Context (NGOs or CSOs) • Involvement of VNGOs consider how to ensure the standards are owned and agreed by the VNGO community • Involvement of donors Propose a scheme and plan to CDWG for discussion Code of practice 16

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