The report and its recommendations should also be careful to not impinge upon areas that are still unfolding, such as the RST, crisis response, and CD provision, to avoid unnecessary duplication of efforts and ensure that a coherent and evenhanded framework is in place. I offer qualified and/or partial support to the recommendations, as discussed below, to serve better our SDS members.
provide a natural vehicle to make several of the recommendations in the evaluation actionable and help energize internal coordination structures and dissemination of SDS knowledge. The SGN should help staff plan on priorities that guide effective engagement with SDS. This said, given SDSheterogeneity and broad resource and trade-off considerations, actual staffing decisions require flexibility and would be best left to relevant departments.
I concur on the need to foster strong collaboration with external partners; as this is being further mainstreamed for the World