Webinar: Como recolectar y usar informacion de calidad en situaciones de acceso restringido
Flying Blind? Gathering and using quality information in situations of constrained access
How can humanitarian actors obtain accurate information in crises where their ability to access affected populations is limited? In contexts where humanitarian organisations and communities are exposed to high levels of insecurity, it can be extremely challenging to gain a good picture of needs as well as keep track of the reach and effectiveness of programming.
In this third webinar of the ALNAP Bridging the Evidence Gap series, we will speak with three organisations who are tackling the question of how to gather accurate data on needs and programming when access is constrained.
ACAPS will discuss the methods used to produce their Syria Needs Analysis Project and techniques that agencies can use to improve the accuracy of their needs analyses in Syria.
ADESO will speak from the perspective of a local organisation, focusing on how they overcome the challenges of monitoring day to day programming, and offering some insights on the complexities of sharing information with other NGOs.
Secure Access in Volatile Environments (SAVE) is a three-year research programme exploring how to deliver an effective humanitarian response amid high levels of insecurity. GPPi will present the findings from its applied research on how aid agencies can monitor their programmes and maintain accountability despite access constraints. They will also introduce their new Toolkit of technologies for monitoring in insecure environments.
6 December 2017, 2PM UK time
How to take part?
For more information and to register go to: www.alnap.org/event/1209.aspx .
* If you are not available that day, no worries, a recording and transcript of the conversation will be made available afterwards.