COVID-19 RCCE Lessons Learned Webinar #9: Strengthening Accountability to Affected Populations through Complaints & Feedback Mechanisms

We are pleased to invite you to COVID-19 RCCE Lessons Learned Webinar #9: Strengthening Accountability to Affected Populations through Complaints & Feedback Mechanisms - Experiences from Lebanon and India.

 

When: 16 July, Thursday  

Time: 5:00pm (New Delhi) / 2:30pm (Beirut) / 7:30am (New York)

 

Our colleagues from Lebanon and India COs will share their experience on establishing and running complaints and feedback mechanisms to strengthen AAP during COVID-19 response, related challenges and lessons to improve efforts.

Please click the link below to join the webinar:  

https://unicef.zoom.us/j/96164164173

Download the iCalendar invite attached or at this link.

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UNICEF’s WASH response to COVID-19 Webinar

Dear colleagues, members, partners,

UNICEF, in co-organisation with three NGO consortia SCHR, ICVA and InterAction, is pleased to continue its NGO briefings on Humanitarian partnerships in COVID-19 response. As part of the ongoing dialogue between UNICEF and its partners and a follow-up to the UNICEF’s Executive Director’s communication to all partners on 8 April 2020, this series of webinars aims to ensure that the impact of COVID-19 and the response needed is discussed and built upon jointly by UNICEF and NGO partners, to ensure our better collaboration on the ground in our collective response for children. 
 

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The next briefing and last one in this series before we resume in September (more detail to follow) with be a session on UNICEF’s WASH on response to COVID-19.

Theme:  UNICEF’s WASH response to COVID-19 (60 minutes)
When: Thursday 9 July 2020 2.30pm-3.30pm GVA/ 8.30am-9.30am NY
How:  These webinars will be held using Zoom- please see here for instructions to register and join and password.   

We look forward to your participation. There will be an interactive Question and Answer component: you are welcome to ask questions during the webinar or submit in advance to Eilish Hurley - Humanitarian Partnerships Manager (ehurley@unicef.org) In case you missed last week’s session, please find details for recording at the bottom of this document.

Best regards
 
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Leveraging market monitoring and analysis systems to identify the impact of COVID-19 on acutely food insecure populations

 

-        Facilitated by IMPACT Initiatives

When: July 6, 2020

 

What time: 3:00 PM Central European Summer Time (CEST)

 

Where: WebEx – Link to be shared with registered participants. Click here to register

 

Language: English

 

How long: Between 75 & 90 minutes – depending on the Q&A session

 

Format: Panel discussion around key issues, lessons learnt, and guidance to offer, followed by a Q&A

 

Who is it for: Colleagues from national, regional and international humanitarian and development organisations, journalists and civil society organisations whose interest lay in the response to COVID-19, or reporting on the impacts of COVID-19 on the functionality of markets and food security

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July 16 (in French) Make Me a Change Agent: An SBC Resource for WASH, Agriculture, and Livelihoods Activities

July 16 (in French) Make Me a Change Agent: An SBC Resource for WASH, Agriculture, and Livelihoods Activities

USAID's Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA)-funded SCALE and PRO-WASH awards invite you to this interactive webinar to dive into the Make Me a Change Agent: An SBC Resource for WASH, Agriculture, and Livelihoods Activities training manual, and discuss how these fundamental skills can improve your WASH, agriculture and livelihoods programming.

Thursday, July 16 | 8:00 AM ET | French


Click to register

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July 14 (in English) Make Me a Change Agent: An SBC Resource for WASH, Agriculture, and Livelihoods Activities

July 14 (in English ) Make Me a Change Agent: An SBC Resource for WASH, Agriculture, and Livelihoods Activities

 

USAID's Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA)-funded SCALE and PRO-WASH awards invite you to this interactive webinar to dive into the Make Me a Change Agent: An SBC Resource for WASH, Agriculture, and Livelihoods Activities training manual, and discuss how these fundamental skills can improve your WASH, agriculture and livelihoods programming.

Tuesday, July 14 | 8:00 AM ET | English


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Urgent appeal from the National WASH Cluster Coordinator and 32 organizations working in the WASH sector in Yemen.

Dear colleagues,
 
We share with you an urgent appeal from the National WASH Cluster Coordinator and 32 organizations working in the WASH sector in Yemen.
 
The humanitarian WASH Response in Yemen requires 198.9 million USD to reach 12.5million people with urgent assistance to prevent death and secondary impacts of disease as well as to protect health systems. As of June 2020, only less than 4 per cent of the funding requirements have been met.

Please find below: 
Advocacy Brief: A Water Crisis in the time of COVID-19.
A joint letter from the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) actors in Yemen: English Arabic

If urgent funding is not received by end of June, WASH services for 6 million people, including 3 million children could close, leading to catastrophic consequences on people and health systems.
 
The GWC and the Yemen WASH Cluster invite you to a 45 mn conference call to discuss the situation and critical needs for the humanitarian WASH sector in Yemen on Tuesday, June 23rd at 16:00 Sanaa time (09:00 NY, 15:00 GVA). Please Join Skype Meeting

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