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.
ICVA is seeking a Head of Humanitarian Finance to be responsible for leading on the strategic direction of ICVA’s work in Humanitarian Finance.
Reporting to the Director of Policy, this position is based in Geneva.
Application deadline 31 December 2023.
Job description and application procedure in below link.
The report examines the implementation of IASC Guidelines on the Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in Humanitarian Action.
Click on the below link to read the report.
The understanding of localization in the humanitarian response in Ukraine remains a key policy and practice concern for donors and humanitarian actors. While localization of the humanitarian response in Ukraine is frequently stressed as a priority, there have been only limited efforts to date to build evidence, evaluate impact, strengthen accountability, and develop strategic tools that can facilitate practical approaches to local leadership and quality humanitarian response.
This initiative attempts to establish ‘where we are’ in terms of the localization of humanitarian assistance in the response. Stakeholders can then establish the direction of travel to reach an objective, both collectively and independently. It further creates a baseline from which actors in Ukraine and elsewhere can continue to regularly assess humanitarian localization development by using the same methodology as with other responses across the globe.
Click on the below links to read the report in English and Ukrainian.
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:
International Council of Voluntary Agencies (ICVA), Asian Disaster Risk Reduction Network (ADRRN), Community World Service Asia (CWSA), and the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA), are collectively planning a Regional Humanitarian Partnership Week (RHPW) 2023.
The event will be held from 11 – 13 December 2023.
Venue: Holiday Inn Bangkok
1 Sukhumvit Alley 22, Klongton, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110, Thailand