Recent years have brought a proliferation of risk management standards, tools and requirements in humanitarian action to address concerns over safeguarding, financial management and other aspects of quality and accountability. Two concepts have come to the fore. ‘Risk transfer’ refers to how donors and international humanitarian agencies expect local partners to manage risk without adequately supporting them to do so. ‘Risk sharing’ refers to the concept of shifting towards a more partnership-based approach to understanding, managing and mitigating risk.
CAFOD, CORDAID, C4C, EISF, DRA and KUNO invite you to a webinar sharing perspectives from national NGOs working in Syria, Myanmar and Nigeria, and reflections from international donors, INGOs and UN agency representatives on ways forward. Other participants will be invited to pose questions and responses via a chatbox.
- Josephine Habba, National Coordinator Jireh Doo Foundation Nigeria and National Coordinator NINGONET
- Representative of Donor Organizations
- Representatives of local NGOs in Syria and Myanmar
- Representative(s) of the Steering committee for Humanitarian Response / international NGOs.