15c humanitarianism in_the_cyberwarfare_age_the_principled_and_secure_use_of_information_in_humanitarian_response

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  • Capacity Building Delivering Level 2 training (more advanced training designed for CTP experts) Set up Technical Working Groups (RFP in charge of setting up the TWG) Making CaLP capacity building tools (for e.g. Level 1 training materials...) available to the members of the CoP to set capacity building activities themselves (CaLP will not deliver Level 1 training in Phase 2 but push for the CoP to deliver it).Research 6 major researches Video case studies (documenting research subjects through video reporting) Evidence mapping (Database of existing publications helping to identify the research gaps)Information sharing and advocatingAdvocacy for policies, practices and systems that support quality, scalable and CTP across the sectors, and for coordination of cash at national and global levels. Develop a more systematic mechanism of sharing and learning between agencies Improving existing information sharing platforms (Website, discussion groups, social media...)Global mapping project (mapping of all cash projects aiming to gather information allowing the community of practice to benefit from others’ experience)Global Learning Events
  • Launched in Dec 2013Disseminationevents in US
  • Some final thoughts
  • 15c humanitarianism in_the_cyberwarfare_age_the_principled_and_secure_use_of_information_in_humanitarian_response

    1. 1. Playing by the Code: laying down some rules of engagement for the use of e-transfers in humanitarian response Kokoévi Sossouvi WGET – ICT Humanitarian Innovation Forum 10-11 April 2014, Luxembourg
    2. 2. Who is CaLP ? Consortium composed of Oxfam GB, the British Red Cross, Save the Children UK, the Norwegian Refugee Council and Action Against Hunger / ACF International. The CaLP believes that cash transfers and vouchers are a tool that can contribute to making humanitarian preparedness and response more effective at meeting the diverse needs of affected people, while promoting recovery.
    3. 3. CaLP focus • Delivering Level 2 training • Set up Technical Working Groups • Making CaLP capacity building tools (for e.g. Level 1 training materials...) available so the members of the CoP can set capacity building activities themselves. Capacity building • 4 major researches • Video case studies • Evidence mapping Research •Advocacy for policies, practices and systems that support quality, scalable and CTP across the sectors, and for coordination of cash at national and global levels. •Develop a more systematic mechanism of sharing and learning between agencies •Improving existing information sharing platforms •Global mapping project •Global Learning Events Information sharing and advocating + In partnership with Community of practice
    4. 4. CTP... where innovative ideas can have a big impact E-vouchers Mobile transfers Card-based transfers
    5. 5. Data movements and contractual relationships can be complex!
    6. 6. Principles and Operational Standards for the Secure Use of Personal Data in Cash and E-Transfer Programmes 1 RESPECT 2 PROTECT BY DESIGN 3 UNDERSTAND DATA FLOWS 4 QUALITY AND ACCURACY 5 OBTAIN CONSENT OR INFORM BENEFICIARIES AS TO THE USE OF THEIR DATA 6 SECURITY 7 DISPOSAL 8 ACCOUNTABILITY
    7. 7. Principles and Operational Standards content Principle: Respect Organisations should respect the privacy of beneficiaries and recognise that obtaining and processing their personal data represents a potential threat to that privacy Operational standard – interpretive notes: Operational guidance • Ensure that responsibility for protecting beneficiary data and meeting the standards set out in this document is allocated to a specific post or role within the programme Boxes and diagrams Annexes 1. Privacy Impact Assessment 2. Model Clauses (b/f consent, aid agency and e-transfer service provide)
    8. 8. Putting the Principles into practice “The action I will take is to see how the 'guiding principles' can be morphed into our International Management methodology and to look at options for testing these in the future.” „We use the POS to craft questions about data privacy for potential providers for a tender process in the DRC for private sector service providers‟ “We create a waiver for beneficiaries in the Philippines so that they knew (at least to some extent) how their data would be shared”. “The Principles and operational standards are now referred to in our SOPS”
    9. 9. "You have zero privacy anyway... Get over it." Scott McNealy (in 1999), former Sun Microsystems CEO Some final thoughts...
    10. 10. Some (better) final thoughts...
    11. 11. Thank you... Questions? www.cashlearning.org Supported by:

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