We would like to invite your organizations to nominate participants for the IASC Emergency Team Leadership Program (ETLP) in French, which will take place in Dakar/Senegal, from 4 to 8 November 2019.
The ETLP program is administered by UNHCR on behalf of the wider IASC, and has been held twice a year in spring and autumn since 2006. The training is a blended learning program with the aim to strengthen emergency team leadership competencies of IASC partners in humanitarian emergency settings.
Participants in this training include the staff of IASC partners, including national NGOs, dealing with humanitarian emergencies. The attached invitation letter in French and background note with the agenda provide you with more information.
Please find below the 2019 Workplan for IASC Results Group 2, as endorsed in August by OPAG. The workplan is a living document with minor changes made to this version improve clarity and relevance on an ongoing basis. If you wish to access the latest working copy of the workplan, please request it from the IASC secretariat RG2 coordinator.
NRC and Humentum are pleased to invite you to the launch event of:
Money Where it Counts
A protocol for harmonised cost classification and financial budgeting and reporting
The event takes place in Brussels on 25 September hosted by ECHO and supported by VOICE.
The purpose of the Money Where It Counts protocol is to introduce sector-wide improvements and harmonisation in cost classification and charging, as well as financial budgeting and reporting. The event is the culmination of a four-year project, and its purpose is not only to present the protocol, but to seek endorsement, buy-in, and support for the next phase of the initiative, for which we envision the creation of a pilot project.
More details can be found in the invitation enclosed. Documents relating to the initiative, as well as the protocol itself, will be shared with registered participants ahead of the event.
RSVP for the event can be done at this LINK by 6 September.
See a generic TOR for use by HCs and HCTs who are recruiting dedicated inter-agency PSEA Coordinator in-country positions. This is part of IOM’s initiative to support the recruitment of PSEA Coordinators by building a capacitated talent pool and harmonizing the role, which will support both RC/HCs in recruiting coordinators as well as the other IASC members who have committed to seat in-country coordinators.