Donor calls are well responded with support from staff and partners and risk reduction strategies in place. Provide extensive programmatic inputs to PIF colleagues for preparation of project proposals based on strong planning, monitoring and evaluation.
Effective emergency projects and programmes delivered with high impact, in line with agreed aims and with funds used for designated purposes.
Emergency programmes supervised and managed successfully in compliance with minimum humanitarian standards and in line with Christian Aid financial policies and procedures.
Relationships with civil society platforms, including UN clusters, are well maintained and improved. Communication with new donors started, representation of CA ideas and strategies to different organisations and partners are done through effective communication.
Management of programme staff perform to a high standard and meeting their performance objectives.
Strong linkages maintained between partners work and priority of overall response and fundraising activities in the UK and elsewhere.
Emergency and disaster programmes managed and planned and handed over to country programme staff at the appropriate time.
Establish linkages with other programmes working on Gender Issues, and ‘from Violence to Peace’ issues through well thought out programming, advocacy and communications.
Increased programme staff confidence and capability to engage with humanitarian emergency work.
Maintain regular communication with CA-Humanitarian Department team. This includes information/ report sharing, communication document preparation, seeking advice on various issues including advocacy etc.
Effective processes are in place to identify and share lessons learned on issues of emergency humanitarian response.