ISSAT is requested to conduct a Human Resource assessment of The Gambian Security Sector to help the Government make a more informed decision on right sizing the sector. The assessment is part of a wider DCAF programme supporting SSR in The Gambia which is funded by the EU's Instrument Contributing to Stability and Peace (EU ICSP).
Following the adoption in July 2016 of a joint commitment on EU support to security sector reform and the Council’s endorsement in November 2016, DCAF-ISSAT has been requested by the European Commission and the EEAS to share its expertise on Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) for SSR and support the process of drafting a guidance note for both Commission and EEAS projects, programmes and missions.
This assignment of ten non-consecutive days will identify similarities and differences in the way M&E is conducted in the EU external action on SSR, under Commission-managed external financial instruments and under CSDP respectively.
The assignment will result in a comparative document providing recommendations to bring CSDP and COM M&E frameworks closer. A presentation to EU member state representatives will also be conducted.
The government of the Central African Republic in May 2016 requested support from the European Union, the United Nations, and the World Bank Group to prepare a Recovery and Peacebuilding Assessment. The resulting report was approved by the government in October 2016 and adopted as the National Plan for Recovery and Peacebuilding (RCPCA).
For full access to the National Plan for Recovery and Peacebuilding, please follow the link.