Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM)

Increasingly, Danish and international aid is being implemented in contexts where access and operational space is very limited: For donors, for national and international organizations, and even for the national governments and authorities in the countries where the international aid is implemented.

To further explore the current state of play and emerging experiences in this field, the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs asked OAM Consult and it partners Humanity X at Leiden University together with Concord Consult to design and facilitate a workshop on the topic. The workshop aims to create an opportunity for knowledge and experience exchange between ministry staff and partners from the policy, practice and research nexus who are involved with implementing humanitarian, development and peace building programs in challenging contexts where access oscillates between limited to impossible.

Client: The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs