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PSEA Capacity Mapping Survey

In line with the Global directive the United Nations Country Team, would like to map the PSEA landscape across UN agencies in the country. We are conducting this survey to understand each agency’s current PSEA systems and their application in Turkey. For this purpose, we would very much appreciate if you could provide us some information about your organization’s capacity to solicit feedback, receive complaints, and to prevent and respond to SEA by your own and partner staff. Drawing on the expectations of the Secretary General’s Bulletin (ST/SGB/2003/13), this survey has been designed based on the IASC Minimum Operating Standards, which were created jointly by humanitarian agencies led by the IASC Champion in 2012, and were endorsed by both the PSEA Senior Focal Points and the IASC Task Force on PSEA.


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