The Seville agreement provided a framework for better cooperation, but could not guarantee it. The actual experience of the activity is mixed. In Sierra Leone, there have been „recurrent deformies in organizing a solution acceptable for the organization of the movement`s international work,“ as noted in the 1999 report to the Council of Delegates. 6.1 In the situations defined in this agreement, where the direction and coordination of an international relief operation is exercised by the ICRC or the Federation as a leading agency, the following tasks are carried out: 5.3.1 In accordance with Article 4 of this agreement, the ICRC will act in situations of international and non-international armed conflicts, internal conflicts and their direct results covered by Article 5.1, SectionS A and (a) and (b) and Section C (conflicts related to natural or technological disasters). The Seville Agreement organizes the movement`s international activities on the basis of two new concepts: leadership and the management agency: 3.4. This agreement will contain the respective roles and responsibilities for functional cooperation in „normal circumstances“ and in situations where international assistance is required in accordance with the Seville Agreement. 6.8. Repeated failures to comply with the Seville Agreement by any component of the movement in fulfilling its agreed role and responsibilities, which have implications for the coherence, image and reputation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent activities in this area, will first be treated as outlined above. In circumstances, such cases may be considered as cases of integrity.
Five years have passed and the Seville agreement has been tested in a number of very pro-le, varied and complex movements – the Balkans, India, Afghanistan, Turkey, West Africa, Central America, the Russian Federation and the Middle East. Sevilla has been more modest in its goals and has not solved all the problems facing the movement. Nevertheless, it is generally accepted that the Seville Agreement provides the necessary guidance for the future. The new spirit of cooperation, which also concerns areas that are not covered by the agreement, is eloquently expressed in the preamble. It`s worth reading and reading. For a movement that is a little sensitive to worldly language, it`s inspiration. Tansley would certainly have been satisfied, and it is indeed a eulogy for many in the movement with long institutional memories. Programs and operations Ensure effective and effective implementation of strategic inter-institutional projects and/or initiatives: with governments, international organizations, non-governmental organizations and civil society.“ Please describe the support, instruments and networks that will help national society and secretariat units participate more effectively in humanitarian diplomacy at the national level. „In collaboration with the CCST, establish alliances and partnerships with other emergency actors to improve the implementation of the regional emergency action plan.“ support for IFRC technology leads to the development of program approaches that strengthen and develop the structures, capabilities and performance of the national society; To analyse and understand their current strengths and weaknesses and to provide the necessary technical and material assistance, especially in the context of the current crisis.
Promote a greater willingness to collectively represent the interests of national society and secretariat programs. Manage the implementation of key elements of the cooperation framework in the area of transport cooperation, with regard to technical excellence in programming; These include the technical program committees and the performance and accountability working group; provides a strategic contribution and support. Ensure effective management (including financial and implementation supervision – budget holders) with IFRC technical teams in response operations and implementation of COVID19-related projects and programs in Central America. Effective management of planning, monitoring, evaluation and reporting