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COLLABORATION TOOLKITS

We have found that there are distinct stages that an

in-country CCD network goes through while working towards being an established CCD in-country network.  These stages are flexible and dependent on each country’s context as we conduct additional pilots and existing CCD country level platforms mature and grow.

CCD's toolkits are organised by maturity level, each corresponding to a different phase of the collaborationcycle. Each module is divided in sections and sub-sections. However, they are indicative and not necessarily sequential. The collaborators may need to move back and forth between the toolkits to reach the intended results. 

OVERVIEW

TOOLKIT A - CCD SCOPING TOOLKIT (under review by the global toolkit working group)

TOOL

AUTHOR

INTRO DOCS

A.1.1 

A.1.2 

A.1.3 

A.1.4

A.1.5

A.1.6

Global Collaboration Agreement

Introduction to CCD

FAQs

CCD in Ethiopia

Newsletter (September 2019)

Newsletter (November 2019)

Global Executive Committee

CCD Comms

CCD Core Team

CCD Comms

CCD Comms

CCD Comms

PRESENTATION MATERIALS

A.2.1

A.2.2 

A.2.3 

Field members

Global donors

Narrative

In-Country Support & Comms

Collaboration Workstream Chair

In-Country Support

SCOPING RESOURCES

A.3.1

A.3.2 

A.3.3 

A.3.4

Anchor role

Anchor scoping discussion guide

Contextual mapping/analysis

Collaboration behaviours guidance

In-Country Support 

M&E Design (under development)

M&E Design (under development)

M&E Design (under development)

TOOLKIT B - CCD STARTUP TOOLKIT (under review by the global toolkit working group)

SECTION

TOOL

AUTHOR

INTRO DOCS

B.1.1 

B.1.2 

B.1.3 

B.1.4

B.1.5

How to set up a CCD

Getting members buy-in

Coordinator/Manager role

Making collaborations work guidance

Building trust guidance

In-Country Support & Comms

M&E Design (under development)

In-Country Support 

M&E Design (under development)

M&E Design (under development)

DESIGN TOOLS

B.2.1

B.2.2 

B.2.3

B.2.4

B.2.5

B.2.6

B.2.7

B.2.8

B.2.9

B.2.10

B.2.11 

CWG/CCD linkages

Contextual analysis guidance tool

Identifying members' priorities/needs/interests

Identifying programming priority areas/gaps

Identifying/clarifying collaboration purpose

Workplan

New proposal submission process

Business model considerations

Consortium considerations

Collaboration base guidelines

Pooled funds mechanism guidance

In-Country Support 

M&E Design (under development)

M&E Design (under development)

In-Country Support 

TBD

In-Country Support 

Collaboration Workstream Chair

In-Country Support 

In-Country Support 

M&E Design (under development)

TBD

STRATEGIC TOOLS

B.3.1

B.3.2 

B.3.3 

B.3.4

B.3.5

B.3.6

B.3.7

B.3.8

B.3.9

Governance Framework (GF)

GF – Memorandum of Understanding

GF – Steering Committee ToR

GF – Technical Working Group ToR

GF – Integration of new members

GF – Ways of working with CWG

GF – Decision-making and comms protocol

Comms/engagement plan guidance

Managing risk collaboratively guidance

In-Country Support 

In-Country Support 

In-Country Support 

In-Country Support 

In-Country Support 

In-Country Support 

TBD

M&E Design (under development)

M&E Design (under development)

OPERATIONAL TOOLS

B.4.1

B.4.2 

B.4.3 

B.4.4

B.4.5

B.4.6

B.4.7

Capacity/geographic/resource mapping tool

Building operational models practical guide

Response Builder

Accountability to communities guidance

Measurements of success & value narrative

Working with other collaborative initiatives

Member to member feedback tool

In-Country Support 

Collaboration Workstream Chair

(under development)

M&E Design (under development)

M&E Design (under development)

TBD

M&E Design (under development)

TECHNICAL TOOLS

B.5.1

B.5.2 

B.5.3 

B.5.4

B.5.5

B.5.6

Social protection considerations guidelines

Data sharing considerations guidelines

Data sharing presentation

Data sharing agreement template

Common cash platform considerations guidelines

Operational interoperability workplan guidance

(under development)

(under development)

Data Sharing Working Group 

Data Sharing Working Group 

TBD

TBD

SECTION

Hind* is from West Mosul, Iraq. She has had kidney problems since she was a baby. Her father used to take her to the doctor for regular check-ups and buy her medication. However, when she was 12 years old, during the retaking of Mosul in 2017, she lost her father, Hassan*, when a rocket hit and destroyed their home. 
 

After this, life was difficult for Hind, her mother Zainab*, and her five siblings as Hassan was the bread winner of the family and after his death, Zainab couldn't find a job to take care of her children and two grandchildren. Hind and her siblings were living in an old house that they couldn’t afford to rent. They had to stop going to school several times. Their family only managed to survive because of the support given by Hind’s uncles and generous people in their neighbourhood. 


Hind* and her family were one of 155 families that received support from Save the Children's Cash Plus Programme (cash transfers programmes combined with complementary interventions and indicators relevant to child health and survival). With this support, Hind and her family were able to move to a better house and buy medication for Hind to help her feel better and to ease the pain. The cash was also able to provide for their basic needs like food, clothes, and school supplies. Now, as a combined result of the case management and cash support they received, Hind and her siblings were able to return to school. Hind dreams of becoming a teacher one day, so that she can help other children and support her family as well.

*Name changed / © 2019 Save the Children