Last year, CHS Alliance published the Humanitarian Accountability Report 2020 which examined the degree to which organisations are meeting the Core Humanitarian Standard on Quality and Accountability (CHS) Commitments, the sector trends and highlighted the need for further strengthening of policy and practice to increase the sector’s accountability to people affected by crisis.
Recent work explored the state of accountability and protection from sexual exploitation, abuse, and harassment (PSEAH).
In this session, we will bring together CHS application enablers and organisations applying the CHS to share their experience on the application of the standard and the way it is contributing to making aid work better for people affected by crisis.
Join this session to discuss, challenge and contribute to set:
– Where are we and we are heading on the quality and accountability?
– How safe is the aid environment for people affected by crisis?
– How is the application of the Core Humanitarian Standard helping to improve our work?
– How to progress on the most challenging CHS commitments?