The Centrality of Protection

The Centrality of Protection

Whilst protection is primarily the duty of member states and the parties to conflicts, Humanitarian Coordinators and Humanitarian Country Teams…

Collective Accountability to Affected People

Collective Accountability to Affected People

Accountability to affected people (AAP) gives affected people influence over decisions related to their need for support.It takes into account…

Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse

Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse

The 2015 IASC statement on Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) calls for “reinforcing the responsibilities on PSEA for…

Preparedness

Preparedness

The Transformative Agenda has two protocols on preparedness: The Common Framework for Preparedness (CFP) supports the development of preparedness capacity…

Localisation

Localisation

The idea that local actors should be at the forefront of humanitarian response in their own country is increasingly widely…

Cash Programming

Cash Programming

Humanitarian organisations are increasingly using cash transfer programmes to meet the needs of people affected by crisis. UN Secretary-General Ban…

Access

Access

There are various obstacles which compromise humanitarian actors’ ability to deliver assistance and protection such as, collecting data, monitoring programmes,…

Prioritisation

Prioritisation

The OPRs and P2P support missions confirm that prioritisation is one of the most critical concerns of Humanitarian Coordinatorsand Humanitarian…

Information Management

Information Management

Information management is central to humanitarian operations. It helps identify needs and determine what actions to prioritise. Information management also…

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