The ISSAT Mapping methodology was designed for a donor-focused, Headquarter-based mapping of international support to reform processes involving governance, justice and the security sectors.
The key purpose of this methodology is to provide donors with a baseline understanding of the nature of their security, justice and governance reform portfolio across sectoral, thematic and geographical allocations.
A mapping’s methodology is typically built on key dimensions of relevance to the donor, enabling it to understand better i) on which sectors it focuses its support ii) on which thematic areas it tends to engage iii) which levels of the change process it supports iii)how it tends to assist and fund SSR and iv) how its support to SSG/R can be clustered in one succinct overview.
OUR MAPPING MANDATES
- Joint Mapping of Donor Engagement in North Africa (France, Netherlands, Switzerland, UK)
- Joint Mapping of Donor Engagement in the Middle East (Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, UK)
- Mapping of SIDA’s SSR portfolio (Sweden)
- Mapping of Donor Support in Ukraine (Sweden)