Communities of Practice

Follow up training report internal risk management

This post training evaluation report provides a detailed account of the training with
particular focus on assessing the extent to which the training objective was achieved.
Structured in four sections, the report highlights the training background which formed the
basis of the training objectives, methodology as well as general organization in section one.
Sections two and three present the summary of the training content and post training
evaluation results respectively which form the basis of the conclusions, key observations
and recommendations contained in the last sections

IRMG advocacy strategy

This is an advocacy strategy of the Internal Risk Management Group (IRMG) that was formed in 2018 by a group of International non-governmental organizations (INGOs) and local NGOs in Uganda. It is part of the broader initiatives to strengthen internal risk management and safeguarding measures, especially cognizant of the significant risk to the organizations, caused by fraud, corruption, and sexual exploitation abuse and harassment (SEAH)

Level 1: safeguarding end of training

Level 1 Safeguarding End of Training Report summaries the training that was carried out by Development Links for the IRMG in August – September 2021. It was aimed at contributing to IRMG’s broader goal of strengthening the capacity of IRMG members to create safe organizations that are sensitive and responsive to preventing Sexual Exploitation Abuse and Harassment (PSEAH) and other forms of abuse and exploitations against their representatives and others that interface with or are affected by their organizations

Level 2 safeguarding case management co-investigations end of training report

The purpose of this Training Report was to assess the effectiveness of the training events carried out for senior managers, focal points and staff of member organizations and partners on the issue of managing Safeguarding Cases and Co-investigation of Allegations by the IRMG and Independent Consultants, led by Samuel Baker Odong, a National Trainer of Trainers on Safeguarding supported by a Team of Trainers; Lucy Otto, Justine Najore, and Yvonne Komuhendo. The report provides an integrated perspective on all the training sessions and efforts including the initial needs assessments, content development, and specific sessions (conducted in Kampala, Arua, and in Moroto). Below is the summary of participation

Phase 2 internal risk management End of training report

The training for Phase 2 was informed by an Impact Assessment, Accountability and Practices Document and the Post Training Evaluation for Phase 1, and like the phase 1 training, was to provide an informed response to challenges in the areas of fraud and corruption, among others, that had been increasingly observed by NGO’s operating in Uganda and beyond. These challenges were undermining program effectiveness and had the potential to compromise the safety and protection of program participants or staff and erode the trust of the populations being served by specific NGO agencies and the sector as a whole

Safeguarding assessment review report for the IRMG

An analysis of the SEAH Practices in Uganda

Study on risk management and accountability practices amongst ugandan NGOs

The report contains an analysis of the risk and accountability practices amongst IRMG members – a representation of the NGO sector in Uganda