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Improve capacity building and bridge partnership. By Richard HUNLEDE CEO/NEPARC. FORMATION OF NEPARC. The common challenges facing African N. Societies: inadequate resources dependency on external funding inequitable partnerships

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Improve capacity building

and

bridge partnership

By Richard HUNLEDE

CEO/NEPARC

formation of neparc
FORMATION OF NEPARC
  • The common challenges facing African N. Societies:
    • inadequate resources
    • dependency on external funding
    • inequitable partnerships
    • concentration on relief work versus sustainable disaster management
    • inadequate internal capacities
    • and ineffective structures and systems.
  • 15 ANS Resolved to work together, as a consortium, to effectively seek and implement solutions to the common challenges facing them.
who are we what do we want to achieve
Who are we ? What do we want to achieve?
  • NEPARC
  • A Consortium of African RC/RC Societies dedicated to enhancing their capacities to promoting accountability, efficiency, transparency and self reliance
  • Its distinctive contribution: to develop effective governance models for RC/RC in Africa and in General
  • Its focuses primarily on transparency and accountability, self reliance and effectivenessbut also on Community and volunteers ‘ enhancement and on the introduction/strengthening of informatics solutions into humanitarian related initiatives and works.
approach
Approach

How do we achieve our mission ?

  • Advising the ANSs Board Presidents and SGs on good governance, sustainability, program effectiveness
  • Mobilizing political will and actions
  • Building network/partnership & facilitating knowledge sharing
our promise

Our Promise

Empowering Africa

what value added
What Value added
  • First RC/RC consortium of this kind, dedicated to enhancing capacities of ANSs and bringing common voice to the humanitarian issues in Africa
  • Our Orientation to good Governance is different as well
  • NEPARC has put in place governance structures and practices to ensure full accountability to the African National Societies through their elected Representatives.
  • We have adopted third party certification – for example – as a self regulatory tool to ensure the quality of our work
  • We build confidence with our partners and we contribute to good partnership structure in all the activities jointly undertaken
our services
Our Services
  • Forging networks, coalitions and strategic alliances
  • Resource mobilization
  • Information collation and dissemination
  • Creation of awareness through effective communication
  • Advocacy & lobbying
what is the neparc value proposition
What is the NEPARC Value Proposition?
  • Audits
    • Quantifiable, evidence-based indicators of adherence to world-class standards
    • Clarity of specific strengths and gaps
    • Creation of business opportunity for improvement and for scaling up
  • Identity
    • Identity of belonging to a network of Africans for Africa
    • Collaboration/Networking/Partnership
    • Regional forum for identifying and addressing relevant issues
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AUDITED RED CROSS / RED CRESCENT SOCIETIES IN AFRICA

Sudan

Burkina Faso

Uganda

Ivory Coast

Ethiopia

Sierra Leone

Somalia

Liberia

Ghana

Kenya

Togo

Rwanda

Benin

Burundi

Nigeria

Tanzania

Central African Republic

Comoros

Zambia

Malawi

Namibia

Mozambique

South Africa

Lesotho

Zimbabwe

16 English

8 French

1 Portuguese

25 Countries

Madagascar

dimensions of best practices neparc audited membership
Dimensions of Best Practices (Neparc audited membership)

A Certificate is awarded if (a) 70+ % , (b) no major NC and (c) D1, 2, 6, 7 >50%

Validity: 12 – 18 months

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JICA

AUC

AfDB

SANYO

GOOGLE

CHINA

WORLD SCOUT

tWH

BRUGG

IMPHL

Partnership Initiatives

key challenges
Key Challenges
  • Maintain the ‘freshness of approaches and ideals promoted by the 15 founders;
  • ‘Walk the talk’ take ownership and responsibility for the sustainable development of our NS;
  • Integrate NEPARC in the national strategies and programs of ANSs;
  • Competition
  • Bringing on board French speaking ANSs;
  • Funding ;
  • Build credibility ;
time to act
Time to Act
  • Like any other organization, ANS want to survive and prosper.
  • To do so, they must respond and adjust to the social, technological, economic and political environment of their time.
  • Changes in the outside environment occur constantly, even in stable societies, for example as a result of technological advancements or new economic policies.
to conclude
To conclude
  • We have ambitious Program and agenda
  • We are committed to make the difference