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Remote management and monitoring have increasingly become accepted and
necessary modes of practice for many humanitarian and development actors
working in fragile and conflict-affected areas, where security risks
are extreme. This briefing note, authored by Lewis Sida and Louise
Oakley of the Humanitarian Learning Centre (HLC), a joint initiative of
the Institute of Development Studies, the International Rescue
Committee and Crown Agents, explores how remote monitoring is currently
being used across SDC and the key challenges this brings. Download a summary or the complete briefing note.
Antonia Does / August 2019
On our dedicated page on Leave No One Behind, we are featuring good practices that help in making the goal of leaving no one behind a reality.
Do you or does your organization have a good practice to share? Download the template for contributions here and submit it to us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leave no one behind (LNOB) is the central pledge of the 2030 Agenda, recognizing the need to combat poverty and inequalities. In fact, leaving no one behind is indispensable in order to meet the Sustainable Development Goals. Enjoy reading and watching this newsletter»
Stephanie Guha / July 2019
This Friday, SDC offers space to exchange among practitioners on the guiding principle of its work - Leave no one behind. Click here to learn more and to register for the livestream of the event»
The 2019 interim draft of the operational guide by the UN Sustainable Development Group (UNSDG) provides a step-by-step approach that UN Country Teams and other UN staff members who support Member States in implementing LNOB can use in their development planning. Take a look»
A 2018 UNDP discussion paper offers a framework for implementation for governments’ use to enable and accelerate progress to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Learn more»