1.1 CI roles and responsibilities for programming in an emergency

Position Key responsibilities
Emergency Coordinator Lead CO capacity self-assessment, collation of needs and resources assessments and subsequent analysis, definition of overall strategy, and technical and support requirements.
ACD Programme/Programme Coordinator Lead the development of programme strategy and approaches, and lead consultations on programming issues with internal and external stakeholders.
M&E and/or Quality and Accountability Coordinator Design quality and accountability system (define standards, objectives and indicators; beneficiary accountability systems), and ensure quality and accountability approaches in programme strategy.
Country Director Coordinate with other CO units and external stakeholders (mainly at a political level). Has overall approval of strategy.
Lead Member Emergency Unit Provide technical support and advice to guide programme strategy and quality. Ensure the strategy is appropriate to the emergency.
CI Head of Emergency Operations Provide technical support/advice and overall quality check of strategy. Circulate strategy to ERWG and COMWG, and follows up as needed to ensure coordinated support by CI Members.
CI Programme Quality and Accountability Coordinator Check strategy for consistency and compliance with CARE’s Humanitarian Accountability Framework.