A Fresh Approach to Real-Time Reviews

Independent Grand Bargain Report Original

Source: Simon Davis / UK DFID

To support timely course-correction and learning, GPPi proposes a new approach to real-time reviews. The approach envisages a pre-financed mechanisms that enables review teams to deploy quickly and return periodically to the crisis context. Reviews focus on the big questions, communicate their findings immediately, and aim for high impact. The approach builds on our experience in conducting real-time reviews, for example in Greece, the Ukraine and Iraq for the Danish Refugee Council, in Haiti for the Inter-Agency Standing Committee, and in Yemen for the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). It is timelier and lighter than earlier mechanisms and has a broader scope than operational peer reviews or assessments for a single organization.

For more information, please contact Julia Steets.