Good Practices For Combating Corruption In Humanitarian Assistance

Good Practices For Combating Corruption In Humanitarian Assistance

IV. FRAMEWORKStructure will include all stages of a ‘classical ‘ humanitarianassistance programme:Section I. Programme stagesNeeds assessments and programme designTargeting and registering beneficiariesDistribution/post-distribution of reliefProgramme monitoring and evaluation5

FRAMEWORK (cont)Section II: Programme support functions Procurement Supply chain management Fleet management Human Resources Administration and financeSection III: Intermediaries Partners Local channels and gate-keepers6

FRAMEWORK (cont)Section III: IntermediariesPartners Local channels and gate-keepersSection IV: Sectoral Matrix (e.g. food, shelter etc)Section V: Institutional Policies and GuidelinesManagement leadershipStaff trainingEmergency preparednessCompliance and quality assuranceTransparency and accountabilityDealing with the external environment7

V. FORMAT OF TOOLS1. Assessment1.1 Risk1.2 Scale2. Response2.1 Objective2.2 Tool(s)• Steps• Required resources• Potential pitfalls3. Further reading8

VI. NEXT STEPSPeer reviewFeedback: 3 additional Inter-Agency meetingsAdvocacyPotential third phase project:– Handbook adapted for use by other humanitarian providers– Companion monitoring toolkit for civil society9

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