HARP-F approach to remote partnership in Myanmar - Evaluation report

The Humanitarian Assistance and Resilience Programme Facility (HARP-F) was established as an intermediary grant distribution mechanism for the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) humanitarian funding in Myanmar. The challenging and ever-changing operating context required a flexible and adaptable funding instrument that could support partner delivery in such circumstances. These characteristics were built into the design of the HARP-F from the outset.

This evaluation sought to understand why and how HARP-F and its partners used different remote management approaches, how these approaches compared to those described in the literature, whether the preparedness undertaken was helpful and whether HARP-F and partners were able to manage the multiple risks faced through remote management. The report makes  19 specific recommendations for any intermediary organisations that follow HARP-F and identifies several good practices implemented by HARP-F and its partners that can be encouraged and supported in future.

Executive Summary

See also the lessons learned from HARP-F's approach to remote partnership

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Last Updated: 28th October 2021

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