RRI NGO - Guidelines

Monitoring and Evaluation Guidelines 

Monitoring and evaluation are integral parts of the project management cycle. Stakeholder satisfaction, timely delivery and staying within budget indicate successful projects. Monitoring and evaluation are effective tools for enriching the quality of interventions through their role in decision-making and project development. 

 Monitoring and Evaluation Guidelines


 

Procurement Guidelines 

RRI set up suitable regulations for procuring goods and services. The purpose of these guidelines is to outline the procurement rules used for engaging contractors and for the procurement of goods within rehabilitation projects.

 

 

  RRI Procurement Guidelines


 

Data Confidentiality Guidelines 

Confidentiality of personal data is an extremely important trust and must be respected and applied at all stages of data collection and data processing. Therefore RRI has developed Confidentiality Guidelines as to data privacy.

 

 

 Data Confidentiality Guidelines


 

Security Guidelines 

The RRI Security Guidelines should be seen as the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) in the RRI Country Security Plan. Whereas the SOPs are obligatory, the Guidelines may not be. They act as a guide in various situations and can be used as a checklist.

 

 Security Guidelines


 

Employment Guidelines 

The objective of this document is to outline the principles of the recruitment process and the regulations concerning employment for RIRP staff. The implementation of these guidelines helps to increase efficiency in all human resource related management actions.

 

 Employment Guidelines


 

Child Protection Policy 

As a particularly vulnerable group, children are suffering worldwide from sexual violence, abuse and are affected by ill-treatment and exploitation. They are in urgent need of protection and assistance and it is one of RRI’s important objectives to assist in strengthening the rights of children, to improve their development opportunities and to protect them from potential dangers.

 Child Protection Policy


 

Investigation Guidelines

In our position as a humanitarian aid organization it is our obligation to promote accountability and integrity. These guidelines present how misconduct and wrongdoing of our employees and partners can be detected and how an appropriate response looks like. The guidelines are based on the Investigation Guidelines established by the Inspector General's Office Investigation Service (IGO) of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).

 

 Investigation Guidelines