CM Life Cycle Approach Reinforced learning Sustainable learning
● Total # of training → 10 ○ # of International training → 6 (Regional – 5, Start up – 1) ○ # of Domestic training → 4 (Title II Leads – 2, FFPO – 1, Advance Level – 1)
Self-assessment Past participant survey FFP Officers FHI 360 Evaluations RIG Audit Reports Dev. Program Final Evaluations FAFSA-2 Study & Reg 11
Advanced Training Topics Food Vouchers Local/Regional Food Purchase Working with Subs/Partners Fraud Prevention in Food Aid Gender & Protection in Distribution Environmental Considerations in Food Aid Monetization Emergency Food Distributions Do No Harm
CM Toolkit E-Learning Module: CM - 101 On-site Technical Support Learning Exchange Platform
CM Staff Core Competency Self Assessment Tool CM Best Practices CM Cheat Sheet Learning Retention & Application Monitoring Tool Learning Exchange Platform Cross Visit Checklist Peer Monitoring Tool E-Learning Module CM Toolkit
Efficient commodity management Maximize quantity of food delivered to the intended beneficiaries Reg 11 compliance Avoid adverse audit findings
CM Task Force: (Members are Subject Matter Experts from multiple PVOs, FFP, FACG & other stakeholders) Initiate conversation on a common CTS (Commodity Tracking System)
Adam Reinhart, FFP Agreement Officer Representative Judy Canahuati, FPP Activity Manager Juli Majernik, FFP Grants Manager FFP Country/Regional Offices PVO Partners The TOPS program is funded by the Office of Food for Peace
1.Ordering & Receiving Commodities at Port 2.Inland Transport & Warehousing 3.Beneficiary Selection & Distribution 4.Handling of Losses & Damages 5.Commodity Accounting & Reporting 6.End-use Monitoring
Discuss Challenges Identify Capacity Gaps List Top 3 priorities for CM Capacity Building
Going Forward ….. Encourage CM Staff to be engaged in the Discussion Forum Share CM materials for hosting in FSN Network “Resource Library” Nominate senior CM staff for Task Force membership
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This presentation was made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Office of Food for Peace. The contents do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.
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