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Call for Registration and Contributors for the Regional Humanitarian Partnership Week
18 January, 2022

Call for Registration and Contributors for the 2022 Asia-Pacific Humanitarian Partnership Week

Subject / Coordination / Climate & environment / Gender / Asia region / humanitarian financing / Inclusion & Diversity /
2021 Regional Humanitarian Partnership Week

The 2022  Humanitarian Partnership week aims to:

  • Showcase diverse views, understanding and analysis from different stakeholders in the Asia Pacific region based on their own contexts and expertise. 
  • Catalyse plan for actions and commitments to advance the various priority areas and inform regional actions moving forward. 
  • Exchange information on resources, events or initiatives that other stakeholders may be interested to join or support in 2022. 
External Resource
13 January, 2022

Financial Literacy Training In Uganda’s Refugee Response – A Learning Brief

Subject / Learning / humanitarian financing / Forced migration /
Financial Literacy Training In Uganda’s Refugee Response – A Learning Brief

The Financial Literacy Training (FLT) Learning Brief draws together experiences and lessons learned from the U-Learn Financial Literacy Training analysis, the FLT discussion paper and a learning event. It provides an overview of FLT practices and experiences in Uganda and includes recommendations that were made at the learning event and in discussions with key stakeholders.

IASC Guidance Understanding and Addressing Bureaucratic and Administrative Impediments to Humanitarian Action: Framework for a System-wide Approach
12 January, 2022

IASC Guidance Understanding and Addressing Bureaucratic and Administrative Impediments to Humanitarian Action

Subject / Coordination /
IASC Guidance Understanding and Addressing Bureaucratic and Administrative Impediments to Humanitarian Action

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.

Annual Report
7 January, 2022

ICVA Annual Report 1986-1987

Subject / ICVA /

ICVA annual report from 1 April 1986- 31 March 1987

7 January, 2022

The Nexus collection: A podcast series for humanitarians

Subject / Nexus / Financing / Gender /
Nexus podcasts

The Nexus collection: a podcast series for humanitarians. A podcast series by IASC Results group 4.

Listen on Soundcloud a series of podcasts about  the nexus.

  • Not in my name: The nexus and Humanitarian principles.
  • Delivering the Nexus: Spotlight on Jordan
  • Give peace a chance
  • On the front line
  • Financing the Nexus- is it really all about the money?
  • Gender and the Nexus: A Red Alert!
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NGO statements
15 December, 2021

NGO statement delivered at the High-Level Official Meeting

Subject / Forced migration / Global refugee forum /

NGO statement delivered at the High-Level Officials Meeting (14-15 December 2021)

Implementing ICVA's pledge at the Global Refugee Forum
15 December, 2021

Implementing ICVA’s pledge at the Global Refugee Forum: looking back at the past two years

Subject / Forced migration / Global refugee forum /
Implementing ICVA's pledge at the Global Refugee Forum

Two years ago, at the first Global Refugee Forum, ICVA pledged to support NGOs’ engagement in the implementation of the Global Compact on Refugees. In line with the priorities of the 2021 High-Level Officials Meeting, this written contribution aims at outlining progress achieved in implementing this pledge, while the contribution also briefly looks at the future.

ICVA and UNHCR Publication
15 December, 2021

Local Solutions for Refugees: Key considerations

Subject / Forced migration / Global compact on refugees /
Local Solutions for Refugees: Key considerations

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.

Current vacancies
10 December, 2021

Current Vacancies

Subject / Africa region / Asia region / Latin America /

ICVA (International Council of Voluntary Agencies) is a global network of over 130 nongovernmental organisations (NGOs) active in 160 countries, operating at global, regional, national and local levels. Our mission is to make humanitarian action more principled and effective by working collectively and independently to influence policy and practice. ICVA is based in Geneva, in 2013 we expanded our presence to Asia, MENA and Africa.

Currently we do not have any open positions.

ICVA bulletin
9 December, 2021

ICVA Bulletin

Subject / ICVA Bulletin /
ICVA Bulletin

Check out the latest in forced migration, coordination, financing as well as child rights, climate action and safeguarding.

8 December, 2021

2022 ICVA Global workplan

Subject / ICVA /

The ICVA 2022 global workplan was adopted by the ICVA Board on 24 November 2021.

It highlights key aspects of the work of the

  • ICVA focus areas of Forced Migration, Coordination and Finance
  • five Transformations
  • in the regions
  • the enabling strategies of Fundraising, Communications and Membership.
8 December, 2021

ICVA global workplan 2022-2024

Subject / ICVA /

ICVA’s global workplan for 2022-2024 was adopted by the ICVA board in November 2021.

Vacancy notice
3 December, 2021

Vacancy notice – ICVA Deputy Regional Representative Asia Pacific

Subject / ICVA / Asia region /

ICVA is seeking a Deputy Asia Regional Representative to support the execution of the ICVA strategy in the Asia Pacific region.

This position will also support ICVA’s engagement in the Safeguarding Resource and Support Hub liaising with the ICVA PSEA focal point, Deputy Team Leader and the Digital Communications and Content Manager of the programme.

Location: Asia Pacific
Duration:  permanent position 100%
Closing date for applications: 2 January 2022
More information: see  the vacancy notice
Vacancy notice
1 December, 2021

Vacancy Notice – ICVA Representative for West and Central Africa

Subject / ICVA / Africa region /

The West and Central Africa (WCA) Representative will complement and support the regional representative in setting the direction and focus of ICVAs work in the WCA region in the framework of the 2019-2021 Strategy. The position will work with a diverse membership and she/he will engage with ICVA, its members and partners in four focus areas, in order to strengthen principled and effective humanitarian action for all NGOs.


Location: Dakar, Senegal (with regular travels abroad)
Duration: Permanent position – 100%
Closing date for applications: 2 January 2022
Starting date: 1st April 2022
More information: see  the vacancy notice
Vacancy notice
30 November, 2021

Vacancy notice- ICVA Senior Technical Adviser on PSEA

Subject / ICVA /

As part of the ICVA’s engagement in the Resource and Support Hub, ICVA is recruiting a Senior Technical Advisor on PSEA to support the overall quality of products delivered by the RSH and ensure they meet the needs of all civil society organisations, including the less resourced ones.

The role of the Senior Technical Adviser is to contribute to the quality of the safeguarding technical content and related strategic direction of the Resource and Support Hub.

Location: Home based
Duration: Employment contract for 30 months at 80%
Closing date for applications: 15 December 2021
More information: see  the vacancy notice
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