Established through secondments from member agencies, the AoR Rapid Response Team (RRT) provides high quality, rapidly deployable Child Protection coordination and technical capacity in humanitarian situations. Deployments are made to UNICEF, as Sub-Cluster lead agency for Child Protection, at the country level to support interagency coordination.
The RRT consists of high calibre professionals with proven coordination and information management skills as well as technical Child Protection expertise.
Meet the team
Which agencies provide RRT members?
How long are members available?
How much does a deployment cost?
Does a contract need to be issued?
No contract is needed, although ToRs must be provided with the initial request and RRT personnel must be fully accommodated within the Country Operation (Official ID card; assigned supervisor; included in the organizational chart and security arrangements; induction briefings; necessary equipment and transportation). Generic ToRs are available in order to facilitate the development of more specific ToRs.
Are members of the Rapid Response Team UNICEF staff?
What about support for UNICEF’s own emergency Child Protection response?
Who to contact to request an RRT?
If you would like to know more about the services the Rapid Response Team can provide or request a deployment, please contact Julien Temple, Emergency Surge Capacity Manager (email@example.com) and Bilal Sougou, Deputy Coordinator (bsougou@@unicef.org).