How can local humanitarian actors be strengthened? How much of a barrier is hierarchical partner and project management?
In late June, CHA and the South Sudan NGO Forum will hold a multiple-day workshop in Juba to identify and discuss opportunities and limitations of localized project management in South Sudan.
The objective of the workshop series in Juba is to bring L/NNGOs and INGOs together with their peers to reflect on their individual scopes of action in operational humanitarian management and cooperation with their (inter)national partners. This will be followed by a final input and reflection on alternative management models that might be able to further extend these scopes for more equitable cooperation throughout the humanitarian project cycle.
The focus will not be on training but on a peer group exchange on the potentials, pitfalls and new approaches to the practical implementation of the localisation component of equitable partnership in everyday humanitarian project management.
Three half-day in-person workshops for L/NNGOs and INGOs, one of which will be in mixed settings;
Focus on peer group discussion and exchange according to the Chatham House Rule;
Voluntary follow up key informant interviews with CHA researcher Darina Pellowska.
22.06.; 23.06., 27.06.; 28.06.; 29.06.; 30.6;
Participation is free of charge and by invitation only; it is open to local, national, international and community-based organisations working in Juba.
If you are interested in this workshop, please contact us by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org