HOW DOES URGC WORK?
URGC aims to keep things simple. Our intervention is a two-step process consisting of 1. establishing a URGC-Country Partnership, and 2. developing a URGC-Country Program.
Step 1 URGC-Country Partnership
Our intervention process begins with the establishment of a URGC-Country Partnership (UCP).
The pre-step to all UCPs is the development of an Ambassador profile. There are three types of Ambassador profile. A URGC Ambassador can represent, 1. a specific country or group of countries, 2. a global non country-specific reach, or 3. a global-country designation (where global reach includes a specified country or set of countries as a prime focus).
URGC Ambassadors are volunteer specialists in one or more intervention field as follows:
Providing humanitarian services in the following fields -
- Green Housing
- Green Infrastructure
- Green Power Supply
- Food & Nutrition
- Water & Sanitation
- Green Socioeconomic Development
- Sports & Arts
- Social Policy & Development
- Cultural Policy
- Public Policy
- Human Rights
- Environmental Impact & Climate
- Returnees & Reintegration
- Refugee Immigration & Asylum Law
- Conflict Resolution
It is the responsibility of URGC Ambassadors to bring problems for their specified country-reach and intervention field to the URGC table in search of solutions. In doing so, URGC enters into a partnership agreement with the specified country Ambassador.
Step 2 URGC Country Program
Working with its country-Ambassadors URGC will develop a team whose purpose it is to find and propose solutions which are specific to the conditions of the identified country and field.
Formalization includes the identification of a team-leader/coordinator whose responsibility it is to coordinate the field specific action.
These actions may include identifying partners that can assist URGC implement interventions. The proposed solutions and implementing partners provide an intervention framework.
The initial field intervention provides a basis for expanding into other fields of relevance to the country. Over time the URGC-Country Program evolves as the designated field team expands into a country team by adding further fields for interventions.