Deterioration in security has led increasing numbers of humanitarian agencies to adopt systems of remote management allowing humanitarian assistance to civilian populations, whilst removing portions of their staff from harm’s way.
It is important to ensure effective project monitoring, quality management, and beneficiary accountability systems for projects that are implemented in insecure environments and which rely on systems of remote management.
The development of a practical remote management option for effective project monitoring.
Engaging humanitarian actors from a variety of international non-government organisations, donor agencies, and research institutions (operating both within Afghanistan as well as in complex political emergencies in other parts of the world) the research and remote monitoring options that are developed will be shared more widely in the international humanitarian community, so as to utilise this significant learning.
Bryony Norman, Project Coordinator, looks back at the first few weeks of the project.View
The team have successfully interview 32 different humanitarian and/or development actors.View
One of the key recommendations arising from this project is that remote management cannot be considered as an ‘add-on’ to standard programming structures.View
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