The vision of ICVA is a world in which crises-affected populations are effectively protected, assisted, and enabled to rebuild their lives and livelihoods with dignity.
The 2022 Humanitarian Partnership week aims to:
This framework aims to support Humanitarian Coordinators (HCs) and Humanitarian Country Teams (HCTs) better collectively understand and address Bureaucratic and Administrative Impediments (BAI) to the work of humanitarian actors.
More than ever, ensuring refugees’ access to durable solutions requires concerted efforts and shared responsibility among all stakeholders. This paper aims to contribute to this objective by developing a better understanding of how local solutions may contribute to offering additional avenues to durable solutions for refugees.
Check out the latest in forced migration, coordination, financing as well as child rights, climate action and safeguarding.
This policy paper seeks to amplify the views and experiences articulated during the 2020 Regional Humanitarian Partnership Events on what will the future of humanitarianism look like in the Asia-Pacific region over the next decade.
This study is part of the larger Syrian NGO Network Engagement and Partnership Programme, carried out by ICVA in strategic partnership with UNDP Syria. It aims to document the evolution of Syrian NGO networks over time, emphasizing how they have played a role in collective advocacy work and representation for local Syrians.
This topic provides a deeper insight into tools being developed and initiatives put into place by organisations to reduce their environmental impact.
This learning stream provides a platform for the broader humanitarian community to better understand how we can reduce our impact of climate change by accelerating action and increasing environmental sustainability. The series focuses on practical ways of applying the Climate and Environment Charter for Humanitarian Organisations and sharing lessons learned on how the commitments can be translated into practice.
Topics covered in this webinar series include: