The Case Management Task Force delivered the second Interagency Case Management and Supervision training of trainers in Jordan from 4-8 Dec. 3 country teams were trained, representing Whole of Syria, Iraq and Turkey. Participants came from:
|Jordan TOT Participants||(24 participants 13 M / 11 F)|
|Whole of Syria||Ghiras Foundation, Hurras Network, IOM, Save the Children, War Child- Holland, UNHCR, UNICEF, Ihsan for Relief, Global Communities|
|Iraq||Save the Children, IRC, TDH Italy, TDH-Lausanne|
|Turkey||Turkish Red Crescent, Care International, UNHCR, Save the Children, ASASM, AAR Japan, UNICEF|
The next training will be held in French in Burundi in early February. Training materials are currently being translated into Arabic and French and will be made available shortly.
The Case Management Task Force has developed Standard Operating Procedures for Child Protection in humanitarian settings to support Coordinators. This work has been led by Save the Children.
Terre des hommes is currently developing the quality assessment framework for case management programming. It will be available shortly.
The current interagency case management forms (originally developed in 2010) are being revised and updated. The new structure will follow the steps of case management, rather than specific vulnerabilities. This is work is undertaken in close collaboration with the unaccompanied and separated children task force, among others.
The Case Management Task Force liaises closely with the CPIMS Steering Committee, responsible for rolling out CPIMS + and PRIMERO. A meeting was held in early February to discuss the working relationship between the two groups. More updates to follow!