Work Streams

To enable the achievement of reduced vulnerability, help build resilience and support the new ways of working, the Partnership members will engage in a number of workstreams. These workstreams are interlinked and mutually dependent but cover distinct activities. Other workstreams may be added in due course, as the work of the Partnership progresses.

Area Based Programming

Area Based Programming

The Partnership works in locations known as Partnership Areas, that are selected based on civil society and local authorities’ ability to collaborate and leverage resources. Their commitment to Partnership objectives, stability and security conditions as well as Partner capacity also determine the selection of Partnership Areas. In each area, joint plans are developed, that are inherently community driven, informed by resilience profiles (see below) and supported through technical assistance…

Advocacy

Advocacy

Advocacy activities are integral to the work of the Partnership. They include high-level visits to secure buy-in and support, outreach with state authorities, community leaders and the private sector. Through effective advocacy, the Partnership can change mindsets to advance humanitarian-development collaboration, and in so doing-reduce needs, vulnerability and risk over the long-term.  The PfRR will undertake various types of advocacy activities to support its objectives. These include:…

Monitoring and Evaluation, Data Gathering

Monitoring and Evaluation, Data Gathering

This workstream will draw on the considerable expertise focused in South Sudan and elsewhere on how to monitor progress in reducing vulnerability and resilience. It will aim to produce indicators and monitoring tools that partners can draw on, to enable aggregation of results for a wide range of programming. As part of its remit, this workstream will also propose a set of process indicators to monitor the partnership level theory of change based on scientific data. Data collection and…

Knowledge Management, Learning and Sharing

Knowledge Management, Learning and Sharing

Learning across all Partnership activities and sharing lessons on what works, what does not work and why is an important means of building an evidence base to improve decision-making and programming in the long-term. A key product of this workstream will be the regular learning events, such as those held in November 2018 and December 2019, but other ways of sharing experiences and lessons will be developed. These can include building on existing resilience networks such as that established by…