This recording session introduced the first version of the Preparedness Enablers’ Guide (PEG), which aims to contribute creating a common understanding of the fundamental “Do’s” and “Don’ts” of effective institutional capacity development. Although the PEG presents key concepts and considerations emerging from the experiences of the Global Logistics Cluster Field-based Preparedness Project, its relevance is not limited to the humanitarian supply chain and logistics sector; rather, it has value across all programme strategies working towards sustainable localisation of capacities in humanitarian and development contexts.

The session illustrated how the PEG suggests contexts can be assessed for the feasibility of institutional capacity development strategies (where will they work and where will they not?) and will make use of typical in-country support scenarios.

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Introducing the Preparedness Enabler’s Guide: Practical Do’s and Don’ts along the path to sustainable localisation