The Advisory Committee is committed to upholding and respecting the following norms throughout the duration of the project (2019-2021) and will therefore intentionally reflect on norms when making decisions and providing strategic direction and technical input.
With the generous support from the Swedish Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), InterAction’s project, ‘Strengthening Ways of Working for Protection Outcomes’, aims to facilitate the collaborative development of a results-based evaluation framework that will guide approaches to measure GBV prevention of sexual and gender-based violence in crisis contexts.
This cheat sheet is intended to serve as a reference guide for key terms and concepts frequently used when talking about results-based approaches to protection (RBP).
This trip is meant to build on the previous missions and will focus on the challenges of protection analysis and decision-making in an increasingly complex context. This mission supports the field-level component of InterAction’s SIDA-funded project, Strengthening Ways of Working for Protection Outcomes.
This trip aims to understand from NGOs on the ground what their most urgent priorities are and to strengthen collective strategies to address them.
Building on current momentum, InterAction’s Protection Team, with support from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) seeks to contribute to a strategic and cultural shift within the humanitarian community to better achieve protection outcomes.
In light of emerging initiatives to design strategies to prevent sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV), this presents a unique opportunity to apply results-based approaches to SGBV prevention and to develop guidance related to measuring results and outcomes. While there are some notable efforts underway, practitioners struggle to measure the results and outcomes of prevention programs.
This humanitarian value is the starting point of Jeremy Konyndyk’s and Rose Worden’s observation that international humanitarian action is not driven by – or accountable to the people that it exists to serve. In their policy paper published in September 2019, following the convening of an expert workshop in February 2019, by the Center for Global Development (CGD) titled, “People-Driven Response: Power and Participation in Humanitarian Action,” Konyndyk and Worden argue that to uphold such humanitarian value will require deep changes to the humanitarian system’s incentive structures and power dynamics.