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Partnership Practices Guidance Note

Grand Bargain Localisation Workstream Global Meeting. 23. rd. October 2019. Brussels. Background. Accelerating Localisation through Partnerships. Date: . 1. st. November 2017 – 31. st. October 2019 (2 years).

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Partnership Practices Guidance Note






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Partnership Practices Guidance Note

Grand Bargain Localisation Workstream Global Meeting

23

rd

October 2019

Brussels

Slide2

Background

Slide3

Accelerating Localisation through Partnerships

Date:

1

st

November 2017 – 31

st

October 2019 (2 years)

Countries:

Nepal, Nigeria, Myanmar and South Sudan

Consortium:

ActionAid, CAFOD, CARE, Christian Aid (lead), Oxfam and Tearfund + local/national NGOs (L/NNGOs) in steering committees

Donor:

European Union Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO)

Budget:

>650,000 EUR

Specific objective:

Enable local and national actors to progress the localisation of humanitarian response at both national and global level.

Slide4

Key activities

Building an evidence base – research

Piloting research recommendations in partnerships

Capacity self-assessments by local actors

Development of national localisation frameworks

Development of Pathways to Localisation: a global framework

Slide5

Guidance note

Slide6

Purpose

Purpose:

To provide

guidance

on partnership practices which enable local and national actors to take a greater lead in humanitarian action.

Audience:

those

implementing

or

funding

humanitarian action through partnerships (and committed to localisation), including:

International NGOs

United Nations agencies

Local and national actors

Donor agencies

Government authorities

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Partnership practices: a guidance note

Priority partnership practices for localisation identified.

Summary = partnership practices guidance note

g

1

st

draft

.

Guidance note reviewed, edited and validated in 3 regional localisation conferences (Africa, MENA, Asia-Pacific)

g

2

nd

draft

.

Further reviewed and edited by other key stakeholders

g

‘final’ draft

.

Now:

for review by Grand Bargain Localisation Workstream.

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Partnership practices for localisation

Project and financial management (8) Capacity strengthening and sharing (5)* Financing (4)* Coordination (2)* Safety and security (2) Advocacy (2)

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Pathways to Localisation

8 priority actions for partnership-based humanitarian action for localisationPartnershipsCapacity5 actions for an enabling environment for localisationFinancial resourcesCoordination

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Feedback to consider

Can we reduce the

number of points

?

Do we need to highlight

who

the points are intended for?

Does it include (enough)

actions for local and national actors

?

Is the

format

the best way to present this information?

Do we need

indicators

so we can measure baseline/progress?

How much do we need to

contextualise

for the response/country?

Are there edits that are needed for

consistency in language

with the other guidance notes

(e.g. capacity ‘exchange’ rather than ‘sharing’)

?

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Thank you

For more information:

http://caid.org.uk/54

Lizz Harrison, Christian Aid:

lharrison@christian-aid.org

on behalf of the

Accelerating Localisation through Partnerships

consortium