Job and Survey

Please help with both of the below.


The Collaborative Cash Delivery (CCD) network is a network of 14 agencies improving how we all do cash programming. THe CCD has received funding from ECHO for its project exploring data portability. We need help in finding a brilliant project manager to help implement the project. As CCD is not a legal entity the role needs to be hired by a CCD agency, so right now we advertising through World Vision.

Personally, I think the role will be fascinating as it is about trying to change mindsets across the humanitarian sector and establish data governance realities which will have impact for years to come. The job advert says it’s UK based, but it can be located anywhere in the world, although ideally within a timezone +/- 3 hours of the UK (system limitation).

It would be wonderful if you could share it with your networks and encourage anyone you know who you think would be good to apply. Please also let others know that I am very happy to calls with anyone prior to applying to discuss the role in more detail. And of course, if you are interested, please also apply (and let me know).


I have the privilege of being a part of the Data Responsibility Working Group. It is a diverse group of people forming a global coordination body working to advance data responsibility across the humanitarian system. In 2020, the group wrote what came to be released in February 2021, the IASC Operational Guidance on Data Responsibility in Humanitarian Action.

As we know, digital, data, and technology continues to develop and change. Therefore, I’m pleased to share that the Survey to inform the revision of the IASC Operational Guidance on Data Responsibility in Humanitarian Action is now live. The survey has 21 questions and should take approximately 10 minutes to complete. It will be open until 11:59 PM CEST on 2 September 2022. Please circulate the survey widely — particularly with field-based colleagues involved in implementing different actions for data responsibility — as the goal is to collect a broad and diverse set of views and experiences. 

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