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Title: WORLD VISION Issues around locating and deploying staff for an emergency


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WORLD VISIONIssues around locating and deploying
staff for an emergency
Emergency Preparedness Network 28 June 2007
2
Presentation
  • Who we are
  • Where we work
  • HEA Trends
  • Impact on Staffing
  • WVs Response
  • INGO Private/Public Sector Interface

3
Who we are
  • World Vision founded in 1950
  • Christian Humanitarian (Relief, Development and
    Advocacy)
  • organisation dedicated to working with children
    communities to
  • overcome poverty and injustice
  • Vision
  • Our vision for every child, life in all its
    fullness.
  • Our prayer for every heart, the will to make it
    so.

4
WV Humanitarian Action
  • World Vision is presence over 100 countries.
  • - Africa Region
  • - Asia Australia
  • - Middle East Europe
  • Lacro and North America
  • Head count - 22,000 staff members

5
The Humanitarian Context/ Global trend
  • Widening disparity between poor and rich
  • Internal Conflicts (religious, ethnic, economic,
    political disputes)
  • Rural to Urban Migration population explosion
  • Food insecurity
  • Health HIV/AIDs and other life threatening
    illnesses (TB, Malaria, Ebola, SARs.
  • HIV/AIDS eliminating human capita faster than it
    is creating it in Africa
  • Environmental climate changes.
  • More players
  • Donor demands and increased accountability

6
Impact on Global HR
  • Reactive vis a vis proactive
  • Need to provide staff to support programs during
    all types of emergencies ie Rapid Onset vs slow
    onset
  • Sourcing and deployment of staff with skills to
    meet the increasing complex emergencies i.e
    Tsunami, Floods, HIV/AIDs. Traditional versus non
    traditional skills
  • Understanding the local context (legal context,
    policies,local labour market, demographics)
  • Resources preparedness/capacity building
  • Staff Security
  • Increased need for psychosocial support systems
    and critical incident stress management
  • Ensuring effective HR Standards eg (People In
    Aid, Emergency Capacity building Research, World
    Vision HR Standards,Do no Harm etc )

7
Humanitarian Emergency Staff
  • International Staffing Solutions
  • Local Labour
  • Global Relief Register
  • Global Rapid Response Team (GRRT)
  • Internal/external secondments
  • Regional Rapid Response Team
  • National and Community Response Teams
  • Other agencies (INGOs, Recruitment Agencies etc)

8
Enhancement of Humanitarian Capacity
  • Capacity Building plans/activities mirror WVs
    emergency response categories
  • Category I National Office level response
  • Category II Regional level response
  • Category III Partnership level response

9
Enhancement of Humanitarian Capacity - Community
  • National and Community Preparedness plans i.e (
    Capacity Assessments, NDPP, CDPP)
  • Rural Community Resilience Project funded
  • Training on Standards ( Local Capacity for Peace)
  • Integrated program HEA/TD

10
Enhancement of Humanitarian Capacity - Community
  • National and Community Preparedness plans i.e (
    Capacity Assessments, NDPP, CDPP)
  • Rural Community Resilience Project funded
  • Training on Standards ( Local Capacity for Peace)
  • Integrated program HEA/TD

11
INGO Private/Public Sector Interface
Collaboration

12
Disaster Management Model - Staffing

Early Warning
Preparedness
Disaster Mitigation
Response
Rehabilitation
Transition
13
Collaboration
  • Resources (human resources, GIK, Cash,
    technologies, best practices, etc)
  • Shared expertise/experience (secondments,
    policies, visits, partnering )
  • Networking forums at community, national and
    regional
  • Shared vision social responsibility
  • Community National capacity assessment

14
HEA Purpose Statement
  • Children and families suffer most in disasters.
    Therefore, we commit ourselves to mobilise
    resources efficiently when disaster strikes..we
    seek to transform suffering into
    wellbeing..working in partnership with other
    organisationsto strengthen communities

15
Our vision for every child, life in all its
fullness. Our prayer for every heart, the will to
make it so.
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