Myanmar

ToR: InterAction Missions to Myanmar

In early 2017, InterAction completed two complementary missions in support of humanitarian NGOs’ protection strategies in Myanmar. The first focused on NGO roles in relation to the overall protection leadership, coordination, and strategies, while the second focused on critical methods and approaches NGOs can use to achieve protection outcomes.

Follow-up Findings and Recommendations: InterAction Protection Mission – Myanmar

In 2017, InterAction conducted two such missions to Myanmar. The protection mission focused on NGO roles in relation to the overall protection leadership, coordination, and strategies. During post-mission feedback sessions with the consulted in-country field staff, InterAction was made aware of the need for a follow-up mission to look at the relevance and implementation of the recommendations of the outcome paper. InterAction subsequently conducted a short mission from 2 – 6 June, 2018.

Field Mission Report: Strengthening humanitarian action to address protection issues in Rakhine, Myanmar: Human trafficking, a case example

Building off of InterAction’s previous mission to Myanmar, which focused on NGO roles in relation to the overall protection leadership, coordination, and strategies within the country, the second mission, conducted jointly with the Protection Information Management (PIM) initiative (co-facilitated by the Danish Refugee Council (DRC) and UNHCR) examined the methods and approaches actors use to achieve protection outcomes, using human trafficking in Rakhine state as a case example.

ADAPTing Aid: Lessons from six case studies

This report, a collaborative initiative from the International Rescue Committee (IRC) and Mercy Corps, explores what adaptive management looks like in practice, what impact it can have on programs, and how to best support this approach.

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